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Unread 01-08-2013, 11:10 AM   #16
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I have a pair of the pvc coated gloves. If i didnt receive mine free from Simply Marvelous order, i would of gotten them from homedepot or harbor freight. They are the same thing as Steve Raichlen gloves without the marketting name.
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Unread 01-08-2013, 11:14 AM   #17
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I have a pair of them and like them. Do not mistake them for oven mitts. Pick up something hot enough and they will melt. For handling food they are fine.
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I have a pair of them and like them. Do not mistake them for oven mitts. Pick up something hot enough and they will melt. For handling food they are fine.
Oh I know, you'd have to be a dumby to think these things replace oven mitts




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I have them and use them for pulling meat from the WSM to foil and finish. Perfect for pulling pork.
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I don't have these to test, but if slickness and staining are a problem, could you slide a pair of latex food handling gloves over the top? I feel like I've seen people do that over the Ov Gloves, but maybe these are too bulky.
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I don't have these to test, but if slickness and staining are a problem, could you slide a pair of latex food handling gloves over the top? I feel like I've seen people do that over the Ov Gloves, but maybe these are too bulky.
Might be a tight fit.
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Oh I know, you'd have to be a dumby to think these things replace oven mitts
Thanks Chis!

Dumby here (I guess.)

I thought that since silicone handles high heat well that these would. They don't
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Brown cotton work gloves, the real cheapies, with a pair on Nitrile gloves over them. Works really well for me.
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Brown cotton work gloves, the real cheapies, with a pair on Nitrile gloves over them. Works really well for me.
^^^ +1 to this.

Cheap and easy to replace if they get dirty. Harbor Freight has the nitrile gloves in different thicknesses (3 mil, 5 mil, & up to 8mil, IIRC) that work great with either brown cotton gloves or these knit cotton gloves:

http://www.harborfreight.com/6-pairs...ves-46992.html
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I got mine at harbor fright, a lot less and work fine
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I bought a 12-pack of gloves for $35 at Amazon. They are perfect for pulling pork, food handling, etc. They're also great for lots of other uses as well.



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I have a pair & they are good for handling hot, large pieces of meat. Pulling pork with them is a pain. They get very slick quick & are not very flexible, IMHO. Also, you better clean them good right away. They will mildew & stain.

I go with along with smokin d & tnjimbob. Cheap cotton work gloves under a pair of nitrile gloves is a lot better for pulling.
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If you're near the water, you can find insulated crabbing gloves that work just as well (if not better if you can find some that are textured) for a much better price. When I lived in VA, that's all I used.
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I have a pair that got all mildewy and nasty inside after a road trip home from a comp- I bleached them but they still look like hell!

Save your money for MEAT and get these instead!

http://www.homedepot.com/Cleaning/h_...1#.UOxPlI75jaI

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http://www.homedepot.com/Cleaning/h_...1#.UOxQGY75jaI


^^^Yup, I've used the 2nd pair for several years and they work great! I've noticed that they do eventually kinda harden up and are less flexible, but heck at that price if I get a year out of them we're good!

I usually get the smallest ones I can that still fit, I loose a bit of insulation that way, but gain dexterity, well worth it! A pair of nitrile gloves inside these gloves makes them slide off a lot easier too!
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I have them. The thing I don't like is that they are too slick. Hard to grab fat when pulling a pork butt.
Same here...
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