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Decor Cook Refillable Oil Sprayer $6 (RRP $12) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU (Expired) and Woolworths

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APPONLY10 also works Original Coupon Deal
Credit to Cx3 for the notification.

Update: Amazon out of stock

For those who missed out its also available this week @ Woolies for $6 (thanks to the INFIDEL )

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  • +7 votes

    Have one and recommend them.
    Haven't bought an aerosol based oil spray since, but get the same utility.

    Leaks a tiny under the trigger mechanism, but a wipe now and then does the trick.

    When refilling, the internal bladder is compressed so I blow air into it to expand the bladder before refilling.
    Would like to know if someone has a better way.

    • +12 votes

      …there is a better way - discussed in expired $8.40 Coles Deal (now $11).

      There is a 1-way valve in middle of base. With spray top removed, sucking on the middle of base will expand bladder in seconds. Makes filling with oil much easily. And more hygienic.

      Great product. Had one for almost 2 years before sprayer failed - now shoots a useless single big spray.

      Will get a spare for $6 from Woolies👍

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        I did not know this…thanks

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          I didn't either. In that Deal, I suggested blowing into the bladder to expand as others had suggested.
          That simple idea was a game changer for me - so much easier to fill.

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            @the INFIDEL: I use a chop stick and wriggle it around inside the plastic compartment.

            • +2 votes

              @Sydgun: Suggested in last Deal.
              Much easier & quicker to suck - try it!

              But don't get caught doing it - it might be hard / embarrassing to explain why you are kissing an oil sprayer on the bottom😊

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        Well, that sucks.

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        Mine has always shot a single big spray. I did not know they were supposed to operate differently. Good to know.

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          Now have a sticker stating sprayer has been tested with water.

          Produces a fine even mist - very effective if working correctly. But after 2 years mine just shot a useless single squirt. Now replaced.

  • +1 vote

    I've been wanting one of these, thanks

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      Haven’t tried the base, can you fit your mouth over it? :)

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    Thanks, bought.

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    These are quite hit or miss, the one I bought leaked quite terribly under the nozzle after each spray.

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      It's faulty. Return it for a refund or replacement.

    • +2 votes

      Same. Mine leaked under the nozzle.

  • +2 votes

    Price matching Woolies @$6.
    So slightly cheaper there with discount eGift card! Cancelled my order as have plenty of Rewards credit.
    Found in the kitchen gadgets aisle.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks buddy, updated the post.

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    Will give it a whirl at $6

  • +1 vote

    I use the one I bought as a water mist spray for hot days in the car in the car!

    • +2 votes

      I wanna know how you get a car inside a car.

  • +2 votes

    I have this for Rice Bran Oil.

    It is overall good to use but I find the oil spray can get back onto the unit pretty easily.

    I find myself washing the can once every couple of weeks, easy to do but just to let you guys know it can get oily, even faster if the oil gets on your hand and you spray again.

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    Finally! These haven't been half price (or near to) in Colesworth for over a year now.

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    Thank you, Always needed one and got it this time.

  • +2 votes

    These seem to be hit and miss. In my case it was a miss. Cleaned it with soapy water, rinsed and sprayed it out with clean water. It sprayed the water out just fine. Then filled it with rice bran oil and it would not spray, just dribble out from under the nozzle onto my finger as I pressed the trigger. The nozzle dribble seems to be a recurring experience for quite a few.

    • +1 vote

      Same experience with Australian olive oil - cobram estate and the red something or other.

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        Exactly get yourself some good oil and they work flawlessly.

  • +1 vote

    I have been using one of these and it works fine. Is the Decor significantly better?

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      that ones a little more expensive though right, still curious on the answer too

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        Only did a quick search, so can probably get it even cheaper.

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      That one holds 100ml of oil vs 300ml in the Decor. The nozzle looks smaller in the 100ml one too so might not work so well with thicker oils.

    • +1 vote

      Got the Decor today, it's much better than the one from AliExpress.

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    Been wanting to try this and missed out Multiple times, which oils are best to cook with and fill this with?

  • +1 vote

    I've had 2 of these now, and both stopped spraying properly after a couple of months

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    Great product. Much healthier than aerosol.
    Have been using for more than 12 months mainly with rice bran oil, no issues.

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    I can’t buy it, won’t add to cart either.

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    Works well with water, not oil.

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    I left it near an outdoor BBQ, left it near a fire and the plastic warped and melted. Worked well until that point.

    Honestly, invest in a decent silicon brush and it's just as good.

    • +1 vote

      Depends on your cooking needs. Choose the best tool for the task. Both have their uses.

      Brushes are used more often for basting - applying hot oil & juices to food being cooked. Can't do that with this sprayer. Also can be used to coat cooking surfaces with oil etc. Your BBQ is probably better suited to a brush.

      I've got both, but the brushes are rarely used, compared to this sprayer. It's good for applying oil to pans etc without contact, & without needing to clean up the brush. So I use this sprayer in the kitchen.

      But if you will put plastic near heat…
      Better to pay attention while cooking🔥
      Sounds like you shouldn't be trusted with this sprayer😊

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        Lol you have 6 people at a bbq and they move stuff around. Next thing you know it the plastic's melted.

        Sounds like you shouldn't jump to conclusions :)

        Thats my experience. Why do i need to spray a pan? Lol just drizzle some oil and swirl it around. Same can be done with a silicone brush, save the plastic.

        • +3 votes

          Why do i need to spray a pan? Lol just drizzle some oil and swirl it around.

          Sounds like you like plenty of oil. That's your choice. But you've missed the point of using a sprayer.

          A small amount of oil in a pan (eg using a spray) can stop food sticking, a larger amount of oil (drizzling) can fry the food. Regulating the amount of oil for the task is important to produce the required outcome.

          The advantage of spraying is to apply a very small amount of oil evenly. It is often recommended for people wanting to reduce their oil intake for their health. There are other reasons & uses for spraying oil.

          But buying pressure packs of oil is expensive & wasteful. Hence the continued large amount of interest in this refillable sprayer.

          It's all about using the appropriate product correctly for the cooking need. And people's needs differ.

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    I've already got one of these and it's great. Was going to buy another but this deal is out of stock now. But all is not lost. I learnt from this thread about sucking the base to expand the bladder. Amazing, it really worked!! I love OzBargain community!

    • +1 vote

      Try Woolies @$6. Less with discount eGift card / Rewards credit.

      Yes, in this Deal - sucking doesn't suck, it works! Amazing what gems there are in comments.

  • +1 vote

    Spray can be hit and miss. I don't mind it but my partner hates it.

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    Don't make my mistake & aim sprayer towards you. Was distracted & got an oily spray in the face.