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Insert Butter. Spray on Anything.

A Device That Turns Whole Sticks of Butter into Convenient Mist

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Popcorn.

Grilled cheese.

Toast.

Garlic bread.

Hell, maybe even a vegetable.

... All things that’ll benefit from Biem Butter Sprayer, a more clever than necessary but still kind of necessary contraption created for the sole purpose of misting sticks of butter onto whatever needs misting, available for preorder now.

Here’s how it works:

You decide that solid butter just isn’t cutting it anymore, and you realize that aerosol cans pumping out mysterious oils aren’t either. As a result, you come to the conclusion that, for everyone’s best interests—but especially your own—you need to obtain a device that shoots real butter through the air and onto your various snacks and dishes.

Frankly, we’re surprised it took you this long.

But that’s when you’ll throw these guys a few bucks, sit back and wait. It’s still in Kickstarter mode, but the campaign’s been fully funded and they’ll begin shipping in a few months. As you know, good things take time. Then, one day down the road, you’ll receive a sleek-looking silicone-and-stainless-steel cylinder in the mail.

The kind that can power on and off by itself.

The kind that takes a whole stick of butter like a flashlight takes batteries, and then magically transforms it into sprayable mist.

So it’s pretty accomplished, as far as cylinders go.

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