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Barbecue Basting Brushes

Basting Brushes

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Bend n Baste Barbecue Basting Brush
Can be bent to any angle and stay that way, triangular shaped handle to...
Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $1.99
Silicone Barbecue Basting Brush Rosewood
16 inch rosewood handle, removable silicone bristles,
Price: $10.99 Sale Price: $8.99
Stainless Basting Brush with Removable Bristles
13 inches long
removable silicone bristles,
Price: $14.99 Sale Price: $9.99
Silicone Basting Spoon Brush 15 Inch
Silicone Bristles and Spoon
Baste then Brush
Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $3.99
Sauce Spreader by Chef Robert Rainford
Silicone Head, 21 Inches Long,
Price: $22.99 Sale Price: $4.99
Silicone Basting Brush Steven Raichlen
18.5 Inches handle, Stainless Steel with Wood Handle,
Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $16.99
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Bend n Stay Silicone Barbecue Basting Brush
Can be bent to any angle and stay that way, Dishwasher Safe,
Price: $12.99 Sale Price: $10.99
Replacement Brush Inserts for Grilly Goat Basting Tongs
Grilly Goat Replacement Silicone Bristles,
Price: $5.99 Sale Price: $0.50
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Basting brushes are typically used for basting your meat or applying thin sauces to your food while cooking. A typical basting brush used to have natural hair bristles and a wooden handle. Newer basting brushes have silicone bristles and some even have entire silicone handle for easy clean up.

Basting brushes will work better with thinner runnier sauces then a sauce mop. A good test to see which will work better for you is to stick a piece of silverware (we use a knife) into the sauce and pull it out. Pull it out and if after a few seconds most of it has run off use a basting brush. If the silverware stays well coated use a sauce mop.