Hot Gloves - 1 Pair

$44.95 USD
Item# 1540
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  • Protect your hands - gloves are rated to 400 degrees
  • Makes opening kiln lids during firing comfortable
  • Densely woven fire retardant material for safe handling of hot surfaces
  • 13" Long, one size fits most
  • One pair


Product Description

These rugged gloves can take the heat! They'll protect your hands from the intense heat of a kiln when lifting the lid, raking hot glass, etc. Rated for heat protection up to 400 degrees, these gloves work very well to keep your hand safe when grabbing the outside handles of kilns and opening them up.

These gloves are good for temperatures up to 400 F. They are not designed to grasp firing ware or perform in a high temperature manner. Always be safe and use common sense when working with hot glass.

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Product Details

  • These gloves are good for temperatures up to 400 F. They are not designed to grasp firing ware or perform in a high temperature manner. Always be safe and use common sense when working with hot glass.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Protect as expected
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Pros : These are a must have for venting the kiln. The separated fingers provide more dexterity than oven mitts.
Cons : They are a little too big for my hands; I need to put my pinky in the third finger. Also, they are not enough protection for reaching into a hot kiln.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Not what I was looking for
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Pros : They are long
Cons : They protect you as much as simple baking mitts. Not what I needed.
Other Thoughts : Do not buy if you want to manipulate hot glass.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Wonderful
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Pros : Not to big; great protection
Cons : no cons
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