This is how you replace spray oils in your cooking arsenal. Heat-resistant silicone is good for pretty much all pan applications (450°F-600°F) so it’s easy to grease a warmed up pan without melting the brush.
A teaspoon of ghee, or a high temp oil like avocado or rice bran, or a high-temp butter like ghee in the pan, and the silicone brush lays down a nice thin coat of it without burning, or going aerosol and getting everywhere, including the outside of your pan and into your lungs like a spray oil.
I use it for greasing pans for eggs, basting and all kinds of other applications. It’s ridiculously easy to clean, too, unlike old school nylon basting brushes, so it becomes a go-to for a lot of applications.
This is a particularly nice, and attractive brush, with a good grip for often greasy or dirty hands, so it picks up my two-diamond Choicestuff ranking for above par design of a pretty common item.