Anmyox 5 in 1 Olive Oil Sprayer Set

Last updated date: February 28, 2020

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8.0


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Overall Take

We like the Anmyox 5 in 1 Olive Oil Sprayer Set for its versatility, since it can be used for olive oil, sherry, sauce, lime juice, vegetable oil, vinegar and more. It's handy to have two dispensers in the kitchen. Plus, they're easy to clean. In our analysis of 51 expert reviews, the Anmyox Anmyox 5 in 1 Olive Oil Sprayer Set placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note February 28, 2020:
Checkout The Best Oil Sprayer for a detailed review of all the top oil sprayers.

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From The Manufacturer

Overall Product Rankings

1. Besmon Olive Oil Sprayer
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
2. CHEFVANTAGE Non-Aerosol Olive Oil Mister
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 13
3. Woohubs Olive Oil Sprayer for Cooking
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 0
4. Evo Oil Sprayer Non-Aerosol Olive Oil Sprayer, 2-Pack
Overall Score: 8.5
Expert Reviews: 18
5. Misto Oil Sprayer
Overall Score: 8.4
Expert Reviews: 20
6. Anmyox 5 in 1 Olive Oil Sprayer Set
Overall Score: 8.0
Expert Reviews: 0

An Overview On Oil Sprayers

Oil sprayers can be used for a wide range of cooking tasks. You can spray a frying pan with oil to keep foods from sticking to the pan or you can spritz your salad, chicken or favorite side dish with oil to add a bit of flavor. Of course, you don’t have to stick with just oil. These sprayers work with everything from lemon juice to soy sauce to apple cider vinegar.

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As you browse the different oil sprayer models, you’ll want to keep an eye out for certain features.

Examine the materials used to make the oil sprayer first. Some are made from durable stainless steel, while others are constructed from glass. If the oil sprayer is made from plastic, like the Evo Oil Sprayer Non-Aerosol Olive Oil Sprayer, 2-Pack, make sure it is listed as BPA, latex and DEHP-free.

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Determine whether you’d like an aerosol oil sprayer or a non-aerosol sprayer. Some aerosol sprayers use chemical propellants. Non-aerosol sprayers have an internal pump that you must manually prep before the oil will come out. For example, you’ll need to pump the Misto Oil Sprayer cap between 10 and 15 times before pressing the nozzle to coat your pan with oil.

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Check the oil sprayer’s filter next. You don’t want to buy a unit that has a tendency to clog. The CHEFVANTAGE Non-Aerosol Olive Oil Mister has an anti-clog filter that even allows home chefs to add herbs and spices to their oil or vinegar before pouring them in the sprayer.

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Decide what type of spray you’re looking for the sprayer to produce. The Besmon Olive Oil Sprayer disperses an even pure mist; however, other oil sprayers have more of a wide fan spray. There are even a few models that allow you to switch between a vertical spray and a horizontal spray.

DYWM Fun Fact

Your oil sprayer can be filled with a variety of cooking oils. Here are a few you may want to use:

  • Olive oil: This oil is best used cold as a dressing.
  • Coconut oil: Coconut oil is great for sauteing foods at high heat.
  • Peanut oil: If you need to deep fry or pan-fry foods, peanut oil is a good choice.
  • Avocado oil: One of the more versatile oils, avocado oil can be used for everything from baking to searing a steak.
  • Sesame oil: No good stir-fry is complete without the use of sesame oil. You can also use this oil to make flavorful dipping sauces.

The Oil Sprayer Buying Guide

  • If the head clogs, you’ll need to empty the oil sprayer and fill it with hot water. Afterward, press the nozzle to run the hot water through the system. The hot water will dislodge the oil so that you can resume using the sprayer to flavor your meals.
  • It’s important to clean your oil sprayer regularly. Some manufacturers suggest doing this every four to six weeks. Make sure you read the product care label first, as some recommend cleaning the unit with hot water only, and others suggest adding a drop of liquid dish soap to the hot water. Oil sprayers are not dishwasher safe, so you’ll need to plan on cleaning them by hand.
  • Always check the opening of the sprayer. If the opening is small, you can expect it to be both difficult to refill and hard to clean.
  • When you opt for a non-aerosol oil sprayer, you’ll need to pump the unit quite a few times before you can begin spraying the oil on your salad or side dish. This may be a bit frustrating for some.
  • Store the spray bottle at room temperature when not in use.
  • It’s good practice to release any remaining air pressure in the spray bottle after each use.
  • Determine your level of risk by looking for any guarantees and warranties before you buy. For example, some companies offer a 100% quality guarantee, while others provide a one-year manufacturer’s satisfaction guarantee.
  • The price of oil sprayers is dependent upon the type of material used to make it and the number of sprayers in each set. The Besmon Olive Oil Sprayer and the Misto Oil Sprayer are made of stainless steel and cost less than the CHEFVANTAGE Non-Aerosol Olive Oil Mister, which is constructed from glass. The Evo Oil Sprayer Non-Aerosol Olive Oil Sprayer, 2-Pack also has a higher price tag because it contains two sprayers instead of just one.