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Misto Gourmet Stainless-Steel Olive Oil Sprayer, Black Band

by Misto

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  • Pumps up to spray any vegetable oil
  • Spread olive oil on focaccia or spray muffin pans
  • Satin-finish aluminum
  • 7-5/8 inches high by 1-7/8 inches in diameter
  • To clean, fill with hot water and a drop of mild detergent, and spray
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 177 g
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Item model number: M102S
  • ASIN: B00004SPZT
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 26 2012
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Product Description

For spreading olive oil evenly on bruschetta, focaccia, and grilled or roasted vegetables, and for spraying muffin and cake pans with vegetable oil, this dispenser is a nifty tool. A plastic cap underneath the sprayer's top twists off so the sprayer can be half-filled (1/3 cup) with oil. Inside the top is a plastic tube that fits over the spray nozzle. Push the top up and down to pump air pressure into the canister. Then spray for 10 seconds and pump up again. It's simple, ingenious, and practical. With its cap on, the sprayer stands just 7-5/8 inches high, so it tucks away easily on any countertop. Made of satin-finish stainless steel with a black-band accent, it's sleek as well as utilitarian. --Fred Brack


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Amazon.com: 75 reviews
53 of 53 people found the following review helpful
Flimsy Nov. 5 2001
By JK - Published on Amazon.com
Maybe I'm stronger than I think, but I've had two of these and both of them broke within a month. I had the white one and also a stainless finished one. On both, the black band around the middle began coming off on my hands.
Worse, though, on both of mine the chamber cracked around the edge, making it impossible to pressure the spray. Believe me, I'm no gorilla and I didn't overdo it, at least not according to the instructions.
I've gone back to a regular little pump sprayer.
38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Know what you're spraying Oct. 28 2001
By R. W. Pochciol - Published on Amazon.com
I've had my Misto about 5 months and feel it was a good purchase. I prefer using olive oil from Spain for it's strong flavor, and can change the oil if I desire.
One reviewer said the sprayer "spurts"; I would describe it as steady and even, but definitely not a fine spray. The lid is easy to pump, and about 10-15 pumps will spray 12 muffin tins, or a griddle, or a few cookie sheets before running out of "oompf". Another reviewer said the lid "raises up on its own"...don't overpump the thing if you're only using a few squirts! If you put it away with little or no pressure inside, the lid won't push up.
I purchased mine at an exclusive kitchen store and paid $21, so the $17.99 price on Amazon.com is a good deal if you can work out free shipping. I'm planning to buy one for my Mom for Christmas, I'm sure she'll love it!
Why not 5 stars? If the price would come down to about $10, I'd give it 5 stars.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Pretty but useless - get a spray bottle instead May 15 2003
By Richard C. Moorman - Published on Amazon.com
You can buy ten good plastic spray bottles for the price of a Misto, and they will each last longer and work better that it does.
Even with regular cleanings, the Misto malfunctioned after about a month. Then pieces fell off. Then it leaked all over my cupboard.
Bye-bye, Misto! Into the trash with you!
36 of 39 people found the following review helpful
You'll Want More than One! July 2 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great product. I like the stainless steel model, which is a little more expensive than the aluminium design, the best. Both designs however work well. You can't own too many of these "Misto" spayers. They have so many uses. The manual "pump" design is a bit of a pain but it's environmentally friendly. I didn't have a problem with the "pump" clogging" which I anticated might happen (and sometimes does with less well-made products of a similar type.) An insert that comes with the "Misto" suggests many other practical uses for the product. Don't be surprised after getting your first "Misto" that you'll want to get a few more! The different colors of "collars" (or bands) that are available are a useful way to distinguish one "Misto" from the other, when you own several of these practical manual "pump" sprayers.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Almost trashed it March 6 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I was very close to giving the Misto a bad review. I received this for Christmas, and have been using it for about 2 months. It was working great and I loved it, and had been even considering getting a second for other oils or salad dressings. Suddenly it stopped working. First it started to spit and sputter, and then would only come out in a constant stream. I went online to see if I could troubleshoot it. I found a lot of reviews where others had the same problem and were equally mystified. I finally found a suggestion for cleaning it and how to do so. So last night I cleaned it and left it to dry. I refilled it with EVOO and gave it a try and it works again. I'm thrilled because it's a great little kitchen gadget when it works. So if you get one just remember don't over-fill it, and clean it periodically. Now that it works again, I am definitely getting a second one.

Cleaning steps (directions as I followed from the ehow website)

1.Empty the oil sprayer of any oil that still remains inside.
2.Pour 1/4 cup of vinegar in the oil sprayer. The vinegar will help break up the oil that is sticking to the sides of the sprayer. Squirt the vinegar out so that it comes up and through the spray tube.
3.Add a drip of dish soap to a cup of hot water and pour it in the sprayer. Spray again until all of the soapy water has run through the spray nozzle.
4. Rinse the oil sprayer with hot water and then fill it up with hot water. Spray the hot water out through the spray nozzle to rinse away any soapy water that is still in the oil sprayer.
5. Set out the oil sprayer to dry.

Happy Spraying