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Fwismoker 11-22-2013 10:44 AM

Grill gloves
 
I was going to get some new grill gloves for PP pulling/ pulling birds off, adjusting dampers etc...

You all know how expensive those can be...well i was in Walmart yesterday and they have a big box of different types of work gloves. They had some Wells Lamont thick knit gloves coated with a grippy latex coating....2 packs for $5 so i got two packs of them. Can't beat 4 pairs for 10 dollars. I tried them out last night by picking up the base of the mini when it was at it's hottest point and it wasn't even warm on my hands.

I'd imagine 4 sets of these things will probably last a couple of years so if you're by Wally World it's worth checking out imo.

TrueBlueEagle 11-22-2013 10:49 AM

Could you find them online and link them? Perhaps amazon?

Fwismoker 11-22-2013 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by TrueBlueEagle (Post 2703272)
Could you find them online and link them? Perhaps amazon?

These are it i believe but go to Walmart because 2 pairs for $5

http://www.amazon.com/Wells-Lamont-5...+coated+gloves

SoulinyourSauce 11-22-2013 11:00 AM

would worry about food and grease getting in the non coated part of the glove as far as food safety goes

Fwismoker 11-22-2013 11:14 AM

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Originally Posted by SoulinyourSauce (Post 2703293)
would worry about food and grease getting in the non coated part of the glove as far as food safety goes

You pick up food with the tops of your hands? They are easily washable also.

ButtBurner 11-22-2013 11:14 AM

I use brown jersey gloves then put nitrile food handling gloves over them

Big George's BBQ 11-22-2013 11:41 AM

Try using cotton gloves with regular non latex powder free gloves over them Works like a charm

fnbish 11-22-2013 11:55 AM

The cotton gloves with the nitrile ones over them works really great for pulling pork.

When I'm just pulling something off the smoker or moving meat and want something quick to throw on the best rubber gloves I have found were the one from big poppa. All the other rubber gloves I've used the tips eventually get very stiff from all the heat and you lose dexterity. I would go through 3 pairs in a year. But the big poppa ones have been going a year strong now and I can't tell a difference.

https://www.bigpoppasmokers.com/stor...ne-heat-gloves

dano 11-22-2013 12:48 PM

I like Fryer Gloves....have used the 450 degree one for everything from pulling to hot gloves for smoker grates.

qnbiker 11-22-2013 01:31 PM

I have cheap welder's gloves for handling the non-food items, thick rubber gloves for handling hot meat, and thinner rubber gloves for pulling and cutting. About $15 total investment.

Terry The Toad 11-22-2013 03:29 PM

These are very similar to the ones I have: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Butterball...loves/15024214

I've seen them at Home Depot too. I like them - and as long as you can keep the edge of your knife off of them :sad: - they last a long time.


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