Sauce Mop (17-in.) by Charcoal Companion
Next time you ready a rack of ribs or season some steaks, be sure to grab this barbecue Sauce Mop for slathering on lots of tangy goodness. Full cotton mop head will easily sop up your favorite secret sauce for basting an entire grill's worth of food. No more brush bristles mingling with food or dai... See complete description »
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Next time you ready a rack of ribs or season some steaks, be sure to grab this barbecue Sauce Mop for slathering on lots of tangy goodness. Full cotton mop head will easily sop up your favorite secret sauce for basting an entire grill's worth of food. No more brush bristles mingling with food or dainty dabbing necessary. Washes out with soapy water. Lengthy wooden handle helps you reach food far on the back rack and has a leather loop for hanging. It's a sauce mop for the serious grillmaster.
I have been looking for a small mop for years. I saw this advertised as a sauce mop, which I really have no use for in that catagory. I wish it was a little thicker since I use it for cleaning hard to reach places. Like behind the toilet and the bottom of the toilet in the back and also to reach behind the bathroom sink which had hidden indentions that are hard for me to reach. Works great.
I haven't had a chance to use it yet, but I like the handle is long enough that if you happen to use it while the meat is on the grill you won't get burnt. Seems to be nicely made, not cheap looking. Looking forward to using.
This mop seems to be of very good quality. I ordered for my husband's birthday present as he has seen several professional chefs use this item. He hasn't had the chance to use yet but he is look forward to trying and seeing how it cleans up.
Ok, put that brush down and grab your mop! I used to use a brush for my ribs and chicken, not any more. Best thing since sliced bread
I bought this based on the reviews. It is a mop. Too much sauce wasted. I prefer to put the sauce where it is needed. Personally, I get better results from my pastry brush. This brush grabs so much sauce and it does slop it on the meat but, it absorbs a lot and the pastry brush doesn't do that. Not my favorite product and I am not alone. People who saw me using it, tried to 'help' me with it, but they didn't like it either. I can't give it away.
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If you're basting your meat with sugary sauces (like most barbecue sauces), do it at the very end of the cooking process, so the meat has a chance to cook through before the sugars in the sauce burn.