Barbecue Sauce Spreader

1.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$22.99 $14.99-35%

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Barbecue Sauce Spreader

$22.99 $14.99-35%

The barbecue sauce spreader by Chef Robert Rainford. This is the ultimate tool for applying your favorite barbecue sauce.

1.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Description

You pour the sauce into the chamber and attach the silicone bristled head. You can control the amount of sauce being applied by the lever on the head, and when you need more simply turn the dial located on the handle.

This is one complex tool for simply applying your barbecue sauce. It does not appear to be for light use, in fact the cleanup alone would prevent us from using it on a few slabs of ribs. However, when grilling barbecue for a large crowd this sauce spreader will make your life a lot easier. No more dipping your sauce mop every few minutes.

The sauce holding bellows detaches from the handle with a small clamp allowing you pour your sauce directly into them. There is a wheel in the rubberized grip handle that you turn in order to squeeze the bellow dispensing the barbecue sauce through the holeĀ  in the silicone dispensing head. The bellows are large enough to hold an entire bottle of your favorite sauce.

The sauce spreader itself weighs a few pounds so with the sauce it is fairly heavy. It is designed for one-handed use so that you can sauce and move your food around on your grill at the same time.

It is designed for use with thicker sauces a pure liquid mop say apple juice would run right through it.

One handed operation
Holds an entire bottle of sauce.
Silicone dispensing head
22 inches long
3.25 x 3 Spreader head.

Additional information

Weight2.5 lbs
brand

The Ultimate Chef

mpn

1025

gtin13

NA

1 review for Barbecue Sauce Spreader

  1. 1 out of 5

    Mike AKA Sultan of Sizzle:

    Honestly this thing is a piece of junk, the quality isn’t great and I can’t see it functioning very efficiently. At least 1/4 of your sauce will be lost in the bellows.

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