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Unread 01-23-2010, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default High Heat Gloves - recommendations

Brethren,

Make your recommendations for high heat gloves.

Split this into groups:

Food Handling

Fire / Fire Pan Handling

Multi Purpose

Looking forward to your info.
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Brethren,

Make your recommendations for high heat gloves.

Split this into groups:

Food Handling

Fire / Fire Pan Handling

Multi Purpose

Looking forward to your info.
Food Handling
for best value & good quality:
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/items/5T312?Pid=search

Fire / Fire Pan Handling
These are the best Heat Gloves I have ever used & Great Value:
http://www.gloves-online.com/proddet...p?prod=HR-7900

Multi Purpose
Hard to answer this in my opinion, I am from always of the thought you have a couple sets of neoprene gloves for handling the food, & pulling the pork & then another couple of sets for to handle the grates, plates setters, etc.....

I would definately recommend DO NOT BUY GLOVES that are completely red, make sure the finger tips at least are all black, they will get filthy very fast which I can't stand
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Welding gloves for everything but handling the food. I like the Lincoln Electric gloves from Home Depot. $12 usually, but I get them for $7 sometimes when they are on sale. Keep two pairs, one clean for fire tending, and one for your greasy parts...
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I use the split leather work gloves from Harbor Freight. Only 99 cents on sale. Cheap enough after they get really greasy you just toss them and pull out a new pair.
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=97115
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This is what I use:

http://www.thebbqglove.com/The_Fryer_Glove.html

I haven't tried any others yet, and hope I don't have too for a long time. So far these have been very good gloves for handling hot food...

They are a little pricey though...
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I've been using these $10 and been real happy with them.
http://www.thebbqguru.com/products/F...loves-PVC.html
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I bought Mr Bar-B-Q gloves off amazon:


They work great but I cannot keep them from getting moldy on the inside? Wife cleaned them off, got them wet inside and now contant mold? Any thoughts?

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My wife bought me a few pairs of these on sale at Menards and I really like them.



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