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Decor Cook Refillable Oil Sprayer $5 at Coles

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Was browsing Coles Online to reach $50 so I can get my cheap mangoes and saw this was at over half price off. I don't think it's available at all Coles stores though (at least not online). From what I can see, it's available at these NSW locations for delivery/click & collect: Albury, Wagga, Richmond, Queanbeyan, West Gosford, Belmont, Broadmeadow, Carlingford, Kellyville, Wattle Grove, Fletcher, Westmead, Ballina, Murwillumbah, Campbelltown, Toormina, Greenacre, South Tamworth, Shellharbour, Narellan.

Item description from website:
The Decor Cook Refillable Oil Sprayer is the ideal cooks companion for light and healthy cooking. Perfect for barbequing, baking, dressing salads, frying, grilling, roasting, and more. The unique easy spray action produces a superfine light mist without the use of aerosol gases. It allows you to apply a thin even coat of oil, as opposed to pouring a thick heavy layer. So use your favourite oils in the healthiest way possible for all your cooking needs.

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    Great alternative to the cans

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      Candyman? I thought you used it in the ladies, and your selfies..

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        Better than calling himself Oilman, too greasy.

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    I have one of these, it makes a pretty good mist when you squeeze the trigger hard, but if you just try to get a little puff and half squeeze the trigger it just spits out blobs of oil. The one I have sprays in a wide flat fan shape, I'd like it better if it was a round pattern, don't know if they're all the same. It actually has a symbol showing the spray pattern stamped on the white pump piece that protrudes down into the bottle, but its not really readable until you take it out of the packaging. Good for the BBQ.

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      Does it ever clog and can you use thick oil?

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        Hasn't clogged in the 2 months I've had it, only had olive oil in it.

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        It seems quite flimsy but works well, it has an internal platic bladder that contracts as the oil is used

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      Yep, I have 2 and they both do exactly the same thing as foonman experiences.
      Having said that though, I still like using them and it's still costing us less than when we used sprays.

  • +2 votes

    Own one and payed a dollar more for it in a different sale… Good function and oil spray is very convenient. Worth it for $5

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    Does it make a psst sound when you spray it?

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      Yes! That's the deal breaker. I need a satisfying Pssssst.

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        I was hoping it was a short and sweet psst

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    you need to have at least 200m oil in the bottle for the spray to work

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    Should work with popcorn made in an air fryer style popcorn maker, to get the salt to stick to the popped corns?

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      Doesn't "spraying oil" kind of defeat the purpose and health benefits of using an air fryer? You'd be better off deep frying your popcorn :).

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, bought one and getting it delivered on Tuesday.

    Looking forward to using it on my new cast iron grill as it's hard applying oil to the ridges.

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    Got one of these a couple of months ago. Works really well, better than any of the ones I have used previously. This is a great alternative to cooking sprays, as I find those build up on non-stick pans etc (sometimes you still need a bit of oil on food to get a nice golden colour) and are really hard to clean off. Going to tell my mother to get one at this price.

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    Just got mine today and I have to say it's pretty crappy.

    Only tried it once with rice bran oil which is fairly thin and it spits it out and doesn't spray properly.

    Will use it for a little while and see, otherwise it's going back to Coles for a refund.