Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Protect Hands When Cooking With Perfect Grill Gloves

We love using our oven to bake, broil or even cook different kinds of food from desserts to entrees. The problem is our cloth oven mitt which is made of cloth. The heat from the tray almost always seeps through the cloth glove mitt and would sometimes burn my hand. Now, I got to try the Perfect Grill Gloves and was amazed at how it protected my hand from the heat.
I've recently tried a Silicone BBQ Grill Gloves and I love it since it's so effective in protecting my hands but the thing is, it's a bit too big for my hands and it's not as flexible as a cloth mitt. I had to get used to the big feeling of the gloves before I can use it comfortably.

The Perfect Grill Gloves is made of a 100% cotton inner layer and a meta-aramid (nomex) & para-aramid (kevlar) outer layer. There are silicone strips all throughout the gloves to help grip hot objects like trays and pans without slipping. It's also machine washable and is heat resistant up to 662 Degrees Farenheit.

The Perfect Grill Gloves are thick and looks big but it fits and molds to my hands. I don't have any difficulty flexing my fingers and holding the trays and pans and it effectively protects them from the heat. The heat from the tray didn't seep through the Perfect Grill Gloves even when holding the hot tray for an extended period of time.

I also like the silicone strips because it helps with holding the trays and preventing it from accidentally slipping from my grip. I like the individual finger holes because I have a wider mobility for my fingers.

This is a nice pair of grill gloves and I love how it protects my hands from the heat of a hot tray/pan.

You can purchase the Perfect Grill Gloves on Amazon.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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