Best Oven Gloves

Updated March 2019
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Oven gloves are the next generation of kitchen protection equipment. They offer the heat protection of oven mitt but with the dexterity and flexibility of a hand glove. The materials used to make gloves vary from silicon to heat-resistant fabrics. Most include grip patterns made of silicon to better hold hot casserole dishes, Dutch ovens, or cookie sheets. Flexibility and fit are important as they affect your ability to maneuver with hot items. Gloves with a longer wrist length protect your arms as well. Keep an eye out for models that are water- and steam-proof for added protection. Be sure to check the maximum temperature, which can range anywhere from 400 to 900 degrees.

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