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.
The only drawback to this mop verses some others is that it absorbs a lot of your sauce. The trick is to soak it with water then ring it out. That way it will not take up so much sauce. But, if you are doing a large quantity of food, this thing is awesome.
I have been cookin and grillin outdoors for over 35 years and I have NEVER used a sauce mop that worked as well for me as this one from The Companion Group did.Long handle to keep the messy but good stuff on the meat.And keeps your hands away from the heat.Very durable and easy to clean.I have already ordered another one! C. Conley
Exactly what I was looking for. Sure makes putting BBQ sauce on a lot easier!
I purchased this item as a gift for two guys who barbeque a lot. It was well received. This item is hard to find in stores in California. It sure works a lot better than the brushes that we were used to using.
Feels like it has value. I used it to baste ribs and was pleased with the outcome. It washed out perfect with soap and water when cleaning. I look forward to continued long term use.
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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.