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DoctorCueNC 01-27-2017 09:39 PM

Rub applicator
 
Just curious as I was thinking through things today and had the idea to try a flour softer to see how it work in applying rub evenly. Has anyone else ever tried it or thought about it? I do fine with shaker bottles and dredge shakers but always thinking of consistency.

nautique1228 01-27-2017 10:56 PM

I use a sifter for brown sugar in my rib wrap. Depends on how fine or coarse the rub is I'd imagine.

shares 01-27-2017 11:47 PM

Interstin idea. I'm not sure what advantage it would have over a quality shaker, but look forward to your thoughts if you try it.

Tailgaters 01-28-2017 08:37 AM

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I use this for cayenne

Blanton 01-28-2017 10:12 AM

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Originally Posted by nautique1228 (Post 3728084)
I use a sifter for brown sugar in my rib wrap. Depends on how fine or coarse the rub is I'd imagine.

Haven't been able to find one that brown sugar would pass through

ChuckD 01-28-2017 10:19 AM

^had the same problem with brown sugar through a sifter. I use a wire mesh strainer now when applying it - works pretty good.

Blanton 01-28-2017 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by ChuckD (Post 3728228)
^had the same problem with brown sugar through a sifter. I use a wire mesh strainer now when applying it - works pretty good.

Do you just shake it

ChuckD 01-28-2017 06:37 PM

Yes - just side to side. It breaks up the clumps and gives a nice, even and light layer.

enasnidx 01-29-2017 06:53 AM

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Originally Posted by JeffR (Post 3728224)
Haven't been able to find one that brown sugar would pass through

Are you trying the "newer" style that has the squeeze handle? Those won't work. Look for an older style metal one with the hand crank on the side. Might work better.

Untraceable 01-29-2017 11:14 AM

I've used the mesh strainer a few times for brown sugar on ribs. While it looked amazing and consistent, the fished product showed no difference and left me with another item to wash and repack. Gave it up pretty quick

Roast Beast 01-29-2017 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Untraceable (Post 3728879)
I've used the mesh strainer a few times for brown sugar on ribs. While it looked amazing and consistent, the fished product showed no difference and left me with another item to wash and repack. Gave it up pretty quick

Bingo

DoctorCueNC 01-29-2017 09:04 PM

Good to know Untraceable and Roast Beast

JS-TX 01-30-2017 09:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Tailgaters (Post 3728173)
I use this for cayenne

Where do you find these? I would use it for finishing dust... thanks!

Shiz-Nit 01-30-2017 11:42 AM

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Originally Posted by JS-TX (Post 3729428)
Where do you find these? I would use it for finishing dust... thanks!

The last link is what I use.




Hot Wachula's 01-30-2017 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by JeffR (Post 3728224)
Haven't been able to find one that brown sugar would pass through

Use a pasta strainer for brown sugar


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