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Spritzer advice

DebPC

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Apr 14, 2004
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If your kitchen sprtizer won't spritz read this: The reason that it won't spritz is because as oil gets older, it expands. Change the oil in your spritzer every other month.

Now, how to make it spritz? Pour all the old oil out and discard properly.
Wash the bottle with soap and hot water. Fill the bottle with as hot of water as you can stand and put the Spritzer back together. Pump it up and spray the hot water into your sink. You might have to fill the bottle 3 or 4 times, but eventually it will start spritzing the water. I always run another bottle of hot water thru after it starts spritzing.

Now, how to keep it spritzing? After each use, release the pressure from inside the bottle by loosening the top enough to hear the pressure release. When you do this, it lets the oil run back down into the bottle from out of the mechanism and this will help keep the oil from expanding in the spritzing mechanism. Next, change the oil about every two months.
 

paydaymom

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Feb 25, 2005
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I was glad to read this. The lady who signed me up and several others said this didn't work and they didn't like it. I will definetly keep this info to pass onto those who may buy this.
 

BethCooks4U

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Jan 21, 2005
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great advice!

DebPC said:
If your kitchen sprtizer won't spritz read this: The reason that it won't spritz is because as oil gets older, it expands. Change the oil in your spritzer every other month.

Now, how to make it spritz? Pour all the old oil out and discard properly.
Wash the bottle with soap and hot water. Fill the bottle with as hot of water as you can stand and put the Spritzer back together. Pump it up and spray the hot water into your sink. You might have to fill the bottle 3 or 4 times, but eventually it will start spritzing the water. I always run another bottle of hot water thru after it starts spritzing.

Now, how to keep it spritzing? After each use, release the pressure from inside the bottle by loosening the top enough to hear the pressure release. When you do this, it lets the oil run back down into the bottle from out of the mechanism and this will help keep the oil from expanding in the spritzing mechanism. Next, change the oil about every two months.

Thanks for the great advice!!
 
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