Amazon: Misto Olive Oil Sprayer Just $8.50

misto Amazon: Misto Olive Oil Sprayer Just $8.50

Remember how Susie Sharf suggested that we get a Misto Olive Oil sprayer for Passover rather than using that (nasty, plastic-tasting) KLP “butter” spray?

I thought: “Gosh, that’s such a good idea. I’m definitely going to do that.”

And then I promptly forgot about it.

But Amazon didn’t forget!

Right now, you can get the Misto M100S Gourmet Brushed Aluminum Olive Oil Sprayer Amazon: Misto Olive Oil Sprayer Just $8.50 for just $8.50, normally $15.99. (Full disclosure: Bed Bath and Beyond sells this for $9.99. Even still – a nice little savings.) All the benefits of Pam spray, with none of the chemicals or propellants.

And it ships for free with your Amazon Prime / Amazon Mom membership, so no wasted gasoline for you.

My taste buds will definitely thank you, Amazon!

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  1. I just got a $10 gift card for Amazon for doing surveys. Free sprayer! Also love that is not an aerosol, those always bug mine (and DS) asthma. ;)

  2. I just saw these at Costco recently. It was a 2-pack, honestly I don’t remember the price, but I do remember thinking that the per unit price came out to less than Bed and Bath, so if you’re at Costco anyway, it might be worth checking out.

    • Thanks, Danielle. I’m sort of laughing that Costco has 2 in a pack – you know, like for pesach and chametz or something.

  3. caroline says:

    but does it clog? i’ve seen that happen with similar sprayers, and i would hate to invest (even a small amount) if that’s going to happen.

    • I read through a few of the reviews (there were over 300), and they are quite good, especially on this issue. I guess you can twist the cap a bit after use to release some air and prevent it from clogging.

  4. I know that the taste and environmental impact are probably better with a pump spray, but I don’t know how to calculate whether it is cost effective for regular use. In my area, the spray goes on sale for $1.89. Any suggestions?

    • I guess you’d have to amoratize it over the, let’s say, 5-10 years you’d have it? For me, it’s a taste issue. I can’t stand that fake buttery spray!

  5. Danielle says:

    I actually have one and we’ve be quite happy with it. It’s not perfect, but I like it much better than commerical sprays. I find it works best when you keep it fairly full. This is my second one, the first one lasted about 5 years I think.

  6. I got this last year (paid 20% less than an arm and a leg for it, too)- got one for olive oil and one for regular oil (I don’t like scrambled eggs in olive oil. yuck). We kept one for ongoing passover use, and one year-round. 1 year later, it’s still rockin’ out. Totally worth the investment, I KNOW I saved money on the year-round one!

  7. I got this last year from Bed Bath & Beyond (paid 20% less than an arm and a leg for it, too)- got one for olive oil and one for regular oil (I don’t like scrambled eggs in olive oil. yuck). We kept one for ongoing passover use, and one year-round. 1 year later, it’s still rockin’ out. Totally worth the investment, I KNOW I saved money on the year-round one!

  8. eliezer miraz says:

    Hello
    I ask what the price of four units including shipping to Israel
    Thank you and good day

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