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1. Is the Grill Heat Aid Grill Gloves FDA approved?
Yes, the Grill Heat Aid Grill Gloves is made from FDA approved material.
2. Is the exterior liner is made of heat and flame resistant aramid fiber?
Yes, the exterior liner is made of heat and flame resistant aramid fiber.
3. Is the interior liner is made of soft and comfortable poly cotton?
Yes, the interior liner is made of soft and comfortable polycotton.
4. Are these dishwasher safe?
No, these gloves are not waterproof and should not be put in the dishwasher.
5. What is the best way to wash the gloves?
You can wash your gloves in any domestic or commercial laundry machine with other delicate & like colored clothes, or by hand. The best program is Cotton 40°C. Regardless of what method you choose, make sure to use hot water and general laundry detergent.
6. What washing detergent should I use?
Use only a normal brand of domestic grade detergent, liquid or powder. Don't use a laundry detergent with chlorine bleach, and do not use fabric softener, as either could damage the protective outer lining of the glove.
7. What is the best way to remove stains?
To treat stains, dab a pre-wash stain remover over the stain and let it sit on the stain for several minutes. The actual time will vary depending on the type of pre-wash stain remover you use, so always follow the label instructions for your stain remover. Use a clean soft toothbrush to rub out stain softly.
8. What is the best way to dry the gloves?
Remove the gloves from the washing machine or washing bucket and wring it out very lightly to remove any excess water, then place on the drying rack or clothesline to air dry. If used when damp or wet, the moisture will act as a fast track for the heat to rapidly penetrate the glove - therefore make sure the gloves are completely air dry before use.
9. What is the recommended temperature to use?
Contact Temperature (F) (C) and Threshold Time in Second(s), Certified by EN-407, CTC Safety Agency:
1472F (800C) 6s to 8s
932F (500C) 12s to 14s
662F (350C) 16s to 18s
482F (250C) 21s to 23s
212F (100C) 55s to 61s
10. Recommended temperature to use?
Do not use over the recommended temperature of 1472F (800C).
11. Where else to find us?
You can find us as below way...
1. Our website: https://grillheataid.com/collections/all
2. Amazon USA: https://amzn.to/3dl0SKD
3. Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/2UoQR6p
4. Amazon Canada: https://amzn.to/33Fapb0
"These are my favorite pair of kitchen gloves ever. The smaller pair works for both my wife and me (though I don't much care for the pink when guests are admiring me). We couldn't believe how long we had been "just getting by" with old gloves that didn't work very well until we started using these. Dexterity is great. Heat resistance is top notch.
Of course, these are best not used with wet or steam applications. We also avoid grabbing these when cooking with grease that is splattering as they are not as easy to clean. The cleaning will also probably reduce their longevity, so the longer you can go between washing, the better. For wet/steam/grease applications, we switch to the Ekogrips silicone gloves".
- Thomas Jobs
"My wife was delighted with these gloves. She suffers trigger fingers in one hand so the conventional oven mitts are totally unsuitable. These gloves fitted snugly, even easier having warmed a little. Most importantly their use will allow improved safety with the special grip pads.
Clearly, the gloves have been designed by an experienced user, and just to top it all off, we received them within 2days, which was beyond expectation. Right quality for the price and superb delivery = hassle free shopping".
- Allan Andrews
Better/safer than your average oven gloves.
"Great size small (about 5.5 - 6.5 hand size) they fit well and are safer and the individual gloves are more heat resistant than general shop bought all in one piece type of oven gloves".
- Laura Cast
These are great gloves for using while you cook
"These are great gloves for using while you cook, if (like me) you can't be trusted to not touch hot things. The separate fingers allow you to use your hands properly, and thus I tend to keep them on while cooking, rather than repeatedly taking them off to do things (then forgetting everything's hot and burning myself!)
One thing to note - these are the right size for average ladies hands, not overly small hands - the ends of the fingers are unfilled on my tiny hands".
- Jessica Porter