½ Price Decor Refillable Oil Sprayer $6 (Was $12) @ Woolworths

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The Décor Cook® Refillable Oil Sprayer is the ideal cook’s companion for light and healthy cooking. Perfect for baking, dressing salads, frying and more. The unique easy spray action produces a superfine light mist without the use of aerosol gases. BPA Free, Food Safe

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    There heaps of lubricants sold these days particularly in the past week

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    this one actually works

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    Will this work with water based marinades? Does the viscosity matter?

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    Got one of these I use it all the time, worth it. You actually save oil when cooking using this.

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    Do these leak? I've been tempted to buy one but have heard stories of them leaking shortly after

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    don't get it ~ I never use mine - went back to the normal pourers - Ymmv

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    Are certain types of oil (eg. olive) better to use with these than others?

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    This one really works.
    Refiling is bit messy as the inner wall gets shrunk when oil goes down.

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    Works beautifully with any oils. Olive is the best, of course. No overspray and mess, no leakage. Direct accurate spraying with no aerosol splatter. Great product that will be constantly used.

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      I experienced the contrary. Half the aerosol stuck to the nozzle and ran down the trigger and my fingers when filled with a high viscosity oil like olive. It worked fine with low viscosity oils and water. I returned it for a refund.

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    Does it actually spray (like aerosol cans) or just squirts (like most of "oil sprayers")?

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      Squirts when you pump with the finger trigger.

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        It's confusing - somebody below says "3-4 inch width in a thin arc" (I assume it's a cone, not arc), which sounds like aerosol ones.

        If it just squirts a spoon of oil onto one spot - what's the point?

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          Sprays in an arc pattern not a cone pattern. My first one has broken now, probably some debris has blocked it and changed the pattern so it's unusable but I'm happy to pay full price as it's still cheaper than any other solution which didn't work as well.

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          Your fingers provide the pressure to squirt liquid out of the device. The device is not pressurised with propellant, unlike say a can of insecticide. The aerosol comes out not in the conventional cone shape or a stream, but in a horizontal arc with a width of 3-4 inches.

          The method of pressurisation (which was what you were asking) has no relationship to the aerosol pattern. Does this resolve your confusion?

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    The spray is in about a 3-4 inch width in a thin arc. Very accurate spraying at an even output. No squirting.

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    Doesn't leak but you may find your olive oil going rancid quickly. Not sure how to avoid.

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    I honestly don't like using it that much. The oil almost always leaks down my hands when I start spraying… Don't use it often for this reason. Probably just easier to use a basting brush depending on what you're doing.

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    Awesome. Was completely surprised it does what it's meant to. No gimmicks.

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    Which WW can you get this as I don't recall seeing it anyway nearby my location - VIC, Cheltenham.
    Clicking the link show "Sorry, temporarily unavailable"

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    I just used mine then. It's a gamechanger and I will be very sad if it dies and I have to wait for the next 1/2 price deal (I would even entertain paying full price(!))

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    I got one last year when they were half price. I don't like it at all. Oil somehow drips from the nozzle and ends up on the handle. Messy. I also don't like the 'arc' it sprays in as it does't coat a pan nicely. It's going in the bin, I think!

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      Why bin it? This is OzB we never throw anything out. Just take it back (to the same store so nobody is out of pocket,karma won't get ya) and say something like "got it yesterday through self-serve checkouts which did not give me a receipt". You will find you have no problems. I don't think it's unethical because you did buy it from them, you're just a bit confused about the date.

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    Daiso sells a small oil pump, approx .1 mill blob per pump, no mess. Kinda annoying you need 10-20 pumps for some dishes but it's significantly reduced oil consumption.

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    Had it, returned it. IMO not good. Squirts everywhere but where you want it to. Like a 60 yr old man going to the toilet. Source: I'm nearly 60!

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    I never realised I don't need one until I got one.