Biem Butter Sprayer Makes Any Block of Butter Sprayable
Date Published: 02/08/2017 3:46 PM (Updated: 02/09/2017 4:06 PM)
Sure, you can already buy spray butter at the grocery store, but who knows what kind of weird chemicals are built-in to that. The Biem is a device that turns any block of butter into a sprayable substance to easily apply to bread, pans, popcorn, etc. Never again will you have to attempt to spread a piece of cold hard butter onto your toast, corn, or other foods.
How it works is, the Biem sprayer opens up to reveal a square shaped opening that fits any standard sized block of butter. Just slide your butter inside the canister, press the on button, and it will take just 5 seconds to heat up and allow you to start spraying liquid butter onto your food or pans.
The best part about Biem is that it only heats up the butter that you'll need, so that most of the stick of butter will stay in solid stick form, whereas just the butter you need will be melted for spraying.
Not only does Biem help you easily apply butter to your food, but it will also extend the life of your butter by keeping it enclosed and sealed away from air and light. When not in use, you can even keep the Biem butter sprayer in your refrigerator to keep your butter even more fresh.
Not just for butter, Biem, also works great for other foods and oils like coconut, olive oil, etc. Any food or oil will work great in the Biem sprayer.
Featured on ABC's Shark Tank back in 2016, Biem features a patent-pending nozzle that prevents the sprayer from ever clogging. They do this by sending the butter and the propellant through separate streams, whereas most sprayers send both elements through the same nozzle, thus creating more clogs.
The Biem butter sprayer will spray around 0.4 grams of butter per second of spray, and is easily cleaned by filling with water and soap and holding the on/off button for two seconds.
Biem is powered by a rechargable battery that lasts an estimated 1 week for a family of four, or six weeks for a single person per charge. Fully charging the device takes around 90 minutes and has a red LED on the bottom of the product that illuminates when the battery is getting low.
The battery lasts for a lifetime of around 500 charges or an equivalent of about 10 years with normal use.
Check out the Biem butter sprayer in action via the video below.