Make Your Own Cooking Spray – A small batch

June 24, 2012 at 1:45 pm Leave a comment

Butane … BUTANE! Did you know that canned cooking sprays use butane as the propellant? I didn’t. But when my skillet went up in flames a few nights ago, I became very curious. Here is a DIY version I found online.

1 part oil
5 parts water
1 misting bottle

Fill the bottle with oil and water
shake VERY well before using it

The bottle shown is a 4-ounce version I found at the dollar store.

I guess if you have one of those pump-style misters, this isn’t for you. But I’m cheap thrifty, so for a buck and the cost of an ounce of oil, I was in.

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