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Ichibishi Stainless Steel Takoyaki Basting Mop Oil Dispenser with Removable Cotton Head

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Product Information

  • Brand:Ichibishi
  • Model:Small / Large
  • Material:Handle/Tray: 18-0 Stainless steel, Mop head: Cotton
  • Product type:Basting Mops
  • Country of origin:Japan (Tsubame, Niigata)
  • Small:Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 85 mm, Length: 125 mm, Mop diameter: 25 mm, Item weight (approx): 130 g, Shipping weight (approx): 160 g
  • Large:Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 85 mm, Length: 145 mm, Mop diameter: 35 mm, Item weight (approx): 170 g, Shipping weight (approx): 200 g
  • Replacement Mop Head (Small):Mop diameter: 25 mm, Item weight (approx): 10 g, Shipping weight (approx): 10 g
  • Replacement Mop Head (Large):Mop diameter: 35 mm, Item weight (approx): 30 g, Shipping weight (approx): 30 g

Key Features

  • Durable commercial-grade kitchenware - Made in Tsubame, Japan.
  • Great for oiling Takoyaki pans.
  • Built-in coil and unique docking system for easy basting.

Use & Care

  • Add cooking oil until the waterline inside of the tray before use.

Background

Ichibishi Kinzoku K.K. was founded in 1977 in Tsubame, Niigata, Japan, the center of cutlery and steel manufacturing.

Customer Reviews

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    SP
    07/09/2019
    Sylvia P.
    France France

    Basting mop

    Very good. It spreads evenly

    ML
    04/04/2019
    MICHAEL L.
    United States United States

    Quite useful when greasing or oiling carbon steel skillets, such as YAMADA

    This is a fairly indispensable accessory for oiling the carbon steel and cast iron frying pans and skillets. In my particular case I use it with YAMADA carbon steel skillet as a time-saving accessory when re-oiling the skillet prior to storage. Since all carbon steel and cast iron cookware will rust unless properly maintained, it means that after each use you must wash it thoroughly as soon as possible and then re-heat the skillet and apply some cooking on the entire surface before putting it away. This basting mop makes it easy and fairly economical, since you only apply a thin layer and very little oil is wasted. Note that you MUST wash the mop prior to the very first use. Dry it thoroughly afterwards and you're ready to use it. I don't use mine for cooking purposes, since I tend to be fairly liberal at using olive oil while cooking :)

    Customer Reviews

    4.5 Based on 2 Reviews
    5 ★
    50% 
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    4 ★
    50% 
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    3 ★
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      SP
      07/09/2019
      Sylvia P.
      France France

      Basting mop

      Very good. It spreads evenly

      ML
      04/04/2019
      MICHAEL L.
      United States United States

      Quite useful when greasing or oiling carbon steel skillets, such as YAMADA

      This is a fairly indispensable accessory for oiling the carbon steel and cast iron frying pans and skillets. In my particular case I use it with YAMADA carbon steel skillet as a time-saving accessory when re-oiling the skillet prior to storage. Since all carbon steel and cast iron cookware will rust unless properly maintained, it means that after each use you must wash it thoroughly as soon as possible and then re-heat the skillet and apply some cooking on the entire surface before putting it away. This basting mop makes it easy and fairly economical, since you only apply a thin layer and very little oil is wasted. Note that you MUST wash the mop prior to the very first use. Dry it thoroughly afterwards and you're ready to use it. I don't use mine for cooking purposes, since I tend to be fairly liberal at using olive oil while cooking :)