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Is there any cooking oil mister designed such that the oil is never in contact with plastic parts? I just don't like the possibility of having any plastic chemicals dissolved in the oil.

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    in my experience most, if not all, commercially available sprayers use plastic parts for the pump and pickup tube. If you get a high end sprayer they will use better "food grade" plastic that wont leech chemicals into your food. – Steve Chambers Jan 8 at 21:58
  • I need some concrete recommendation. An hour of browsing on Amazon has proven me a failure to find such a "high end sprayer." – qazwsx Jan 8 at 22:21
  • You can always disassemble it so the sprayer part isn't sitting in oil all the time .... but I actually prefer the plastic canister ones. You can't see inside of the metal ones, so you have no clue what's going on in there. (if it's sufficiently filled / sufficient head space / what direction the intake tube is pointing / if there's anything growing in there) – Joe Jan 8 at 22:46
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    And if you really want something that never touches plastic, you'd likely have to find a metal venturi (the type of mechanism that's in old perfume bottles) or manufacture your own. – Joe Jan 8 at 23:19
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    Uncork bottle. Pour small amount of oil into pan. Spread it around – George M Jan 9 at 2:06

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