I heard people actual use paint gun from a hardware store because the chocolate is too thick and tough to go through the usual pastry spray guns
Recommend a spray for chocolate/cocoa butter
Let's just say I have an opinion (not always so popular) about shopping for kitchen tools at hardware stores.
I started on a rant and hit submit before proofreading.
When I reread the already posted post it was HUGE, lol.
My verbal tantrum did not include anything related to your question, only a snarky rant of my personal opinions.
Ergo....deleted with a comment that I will see often and be reminded of my over inflated ego and tendency to go OT.
# read....I can be an as****e sometimes and have begun to check myself.
Sometimes I have to edit here and there,
I use a cheepo plastic wagner that I bought at the Wal-marche, it costed around 20-40 bucks. It works ok, it tends to want to blow the dessert up against the back of the 'spray booth', I would like the bigger, metal Wagner that has more control, but that one is a little out of my range for now. I use 50-50 chocolate and cocoa butter and get satisfactory results. For now.
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See the KREBS Spray Gun VIDEO
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I have to agree with FlipFlopGirl that I think a paint gun should be used for paint not food. I bet these cheap guns are made in China and use cheap plastics and metals.
These days you see 'BPA free' on everything, I know I won't buy my kids a plastic bottle or container unless it's BPA free and that's because it's can leak toxins into your food/drinks. I'm not going to rant, but I strongly agree with her. So, in my effort to get the safest option I looked on th Krebs website after seeing Kenders post above and they've got a heated chocolate gun coming out which sounds pretty cool. Would that not help with the clogging mentioned on several posts, if it stays warm it's not going to clog, surely.
I love these forums as it gives you loads of options that you might not have thought of before, everyone has to suit their own needs and budgets, but hopefully not at the expense of the quality of the food.
Here's the link for the heated choc gun if anyone's curious...