|Silicone Basting Brush||10" H x 1" W x 2" D||0.05 lbs|
Questions & Answers
OXO Silicone Basting Brush
works as expected
Lisa from Kansas City, MO– Verified Buyer
This is a very nice basting brush, works well and easy to clean... seems a little overpriced but other than that have no complaints
Elias Yannakeas from MA– Top 1000 Reviewer
Seems like a pretty good brush so far. It's heat resistant and dish washer safe so I am pretty happy with it.
The Best Basting Brush Ever Made!
Xyberion1K3 from Northwest of Pittsburgh, PA– Verified Buyer
Too many people use a paint brush to baste their foods. Paint brushes are for painting. I purchased this OXO brush to baste turkey (& other meats), apply toppings on foods (butter on top of bread) and added barbecue sauce. I baked some whole wheat bread and I used the great brush to add butter on top. This OXO Silicone Basting Brush holds so much juice, sauce, butter, etc., that you will wonder how you ever did without it. You can use it to baste very hot foods. It is a big brush and it is very well made. I will have this brush for many, many years to come. It has to be the best basting brush ever made.
donna from NJ– Verified Buyer
This is a great basting brush and is long enough to use on the grill. The brush is angled which makes it easier to baste foods. Seems very durable and its dishwasher safe. The bristles hold on to the bbq sauce well. You can't go wrong with OXO kitchen gadgets. Highly recommend this item.
Emi from CA– Verified Buyer
Love this brush--and so does everybody that's used it! The center gaps really help to hold liquids like sauces and oil. The width is perfect for basting and I can see why OXO makes two different sizes as this one is not quite delicate enough for pastries.
Does the job
jeffrey from boynton beach, FL– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Does everything thats its suppose to do.
Anonymous from United States– Verified Buyer
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The line has grown to more than 500 innovative products covering many areas of the home. Since founder Sam Farber sold the company and retired from OXO in 1995, the company was purchased in 1999 by World Kitchen, Inc., a housewares company based in Reston, Virginia, and then again in 2004 by Helen of Troy Limited. Today, OXO continues to be focused on creating innovative solutions for problems that users experience in their everyday tasks.