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    Thumbs up Pampered Chef has two frugal tools!

    I really like the Pampered Chef line of cooking tools, but have to find a way to justify their expense. Two, however, pay for themselves!

    1. Kitchen Spritzer-- you put oil in it and pump the little pump on top. It sprays oil out--you own homemade Pam for a few cents! I figure it pays for itself in about six months.

    2. Suds Pump--a soap version of the Kitchen Spritzer. You put a bit of liquid soap in the bottom of the bottle and fill it up with water. Then you pump out foamy soap. A fille dbottle in my kitchen lasts about a week and only uses a couple teaspoons of soap! I use the dishsoap in it for handsoap too. Pays for itself very,very quickly.

    You can also buy these on eBay!

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    I never thought of ebay! Thanks for the tip.

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    I've never had luck with either of these products. Both stayed clogged all the time. Over the years I've heard other people at parties complain about the same thing.

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    Originally posted by QuilterMom
    I've never had luck with either of these products. Both stayed clogged all the time. Over the years I've heard other people at parties complain about the same thing.
    My mister worked great until my sister helpfully cleaned it for me.... I do miss it!


    ~Mary

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    I tried one of those oil misters once and had the clogging problem, too.

    I do want to try one of those foaming dealiebobs, though!

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    Those sound like great ideas. Can't you replace the items if it breaks since it is pampered chef?

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    You can buy replacement spray units for the bottles. They are about $2.00.

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    Originally posted by Lori Biever-Launder
    You can buy replacement spray units for the bottles. They are about $2.00.
    Oh, man! And I think I finally purged ours in the move!
    Great to know for the future, tho. Thanks!
    Mary

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