What is the best way to wash the gloves?
You can wash your gloves in any laundry machine or by hand with other like colors. The preferred program is Cotton 40°C. Regardless of what method you choose, make sure to use hot water and a general laundry detergent. The most important consideration is to prevent grease to build up on the gloves, as this can cause localized hot spots in the gloves. If this happens, all you need to do is to put them in the washing machine.
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.
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.
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.
Warnings & Tips
• Do not use over recommended temperature.
Contact Temperature(F)(C) and Threshold Time in Second(s), Certified by EN-407, CTC Safety Agency:
932F (500C) 12s to 14s
662F (350C) 16s to 18s
482F (250C) 21s to 23s
212F (100C) 55s to 61s
The time at which the inner surface temperature of the gloves becomes uncomfortable for the user.
• Gloves don’t provide a permanent protection against fire or heat.
• Gloves don't protect against heat from hot liquid.
• Do not use the Grill Armor Glove until they are completely dry or if they have grease on them.
• Do not dry the Grill Armor Gloves in the dryer.
• We recommend that you routinely wash the gloves to avoid grease and stains to build up. Be sure to treat the stain immediately when it occurs to maintain the gloves insulation and peak performance.
• The best way to take the gloves off your hands is by grabbing the tips of the fingers and pull them off. That will make sure the interior of the gloves stays in place.
Special Fitting Tip
While the gloves are still slightly damp(after a wash), pull them onto your hands and mould the fabric to give the best fit for your hands. Carefully remove by gently pulling from the tips of the fingers and allow to dry naturally.
What is the best way to wash the gloves?
Simply wash in sink with dish soap or in the dishwasher
Are the silicone gloves 100% waterproof?
Yes, the silicone gloves are 100% waterproof and can be used to handle hot liquids.
Do not use over recommended temperature of 425F (220c).
"These gloves are fantastic. I make a lot of dishes in heavy cookware and had such a hard time keeping my grip or moving the large cast iron pots. These are perfect because your whole hand is protected -- no more burns on the top of your hands, while giving you better control over what you are handing than a classic oven mitt. They're also a lifesaver if you are making anything at the top end of the temperature range."
"The gloves really work! I used them to remove hot trays from the oven, in addition to not feeling any heat at all the trays didn't slip out of my hand. I was anxious to use them while grilling and they really made the whole experience much easier. I was not worried about getting burned when I was turning the food."
"Love these gloves! I have small hands and love to bake, so I often run into problems of almost losing my grip on whatever I'm pulling out of the oven. These gloves give me a much better grip on hot cookie trays and pie dishes than the standard oven mitt. It's also a lot easier to grab oddly-shaped dishes with the dexterity of the glove, as opposed to oven mitts where you don't have a lot of control over what you're grabbing."
"I do quite a bit of smoking and it can get dicey trying to add wood chips or more water mid-smoke with your bare hands. Using oven mitts really isn't an option due to the dexterity required. These gloves seem to get the job done much better and clean up real nice."