Great for applying flavored butters,
The galvanized tin bucket holds your mop sauce and has the rugged look of the buckets used by Southern pit masters. The food-safe, dishwasher-safe plastic liner keeps the sauce away from the metal.
How to Use: Mop sauces tend to be thin, not overly sweet
glazes, and mop and barbeque sauces
Mopping is one of the best ways to keep grilled foods moist. Use this ingenious, all-natural cotton sauce mop for swabbing your favorite mop sauce or basting mixture on ribs, chicken, pork shoulders, and briskets while the food is still on the grill or off. The head unscrews for easy soaking and cleaning without warping the wood handle.
basting mixtures based on vinegar, beer, cider, coffee, wine,
or other flavorful liquids applied to the meat to add flavor and
moisture during cooking. Place the food-safe plastic liner in
the bucket and fill with mop sauce. Then dip the mop in the
sauce and swab or dab it over the meat. You can also use a
sauce mop to apply barbecue sauce, but only at the end of
cooking (so the sugar doesn't burn).
How to Clean: When you're done, simply unscrew the mop
head, soak it in a bowl of warm soapy water to remove the
bulk of the sauce, then wash it in the dishwasher. Rinse out
the bucket liner and wash it in the dishwasher, too.
Extra large, 100% cotton mop
Mop head unscrews for easy washing
Long wooden handle keeps you away from
Galvanized tin bucket holds mop sauce
and gives professional look of a Southern pit master
Plastic food-safe bucket liner keeps mop
sauce away from metal and is dishwasher-safe