Introducing the Comsmart BBQ Gloves, the perfect solution for all cooking, baking, and grilling needs. These heat-resistant silicone gloves are made with a unique double-material construction, featuring a soft cotton quilted liner and a protective silicone outer layer. This combination provides comfort and durability, allowing you to handle hot pots, pans, and grills with confidence.
Crafted with attention to detail, these gloves provide ample coverage for fingers, hands, wrists, and forearms, measuring 13.7 inches long. Their versatility makes them a great fit for use in the kitchen, on the grill, or even around the campfire. The non-slip heart pattern on the gloves’ surface ensures a secure grip on slippery surfaces, while flexible fingers make it easy to hold small kitchen utensils.
After use, simply hang the gloves up by the cotton cuff loop for easy storage. Clean-up is a breeze too. Wash them with dish soap and water, and the inner cotton lining can be removed for washing or drying if it gets dirty or wet.
Zavier E. –
So far, the work well. You can’t hold anything for an extended period, as they are too thin. The finger length could be a bit longer for men.
Kay M –
They are GREAT, you really can grab stuff right from the oven or BBQ grill, and you don’t feel a thing (make sure you use it safely, I’m not endorsing to use the way I do in any way – disclosure)! I also use it on my table to eat food directly from air fryer basket that sits on these gloves. I hang them on the fridge next to my oven so they are always available. Once you use them, you cannot go back to regular cloth oven mitts anymore!
Luke Miller –
LOVE THESEWay better then the MITTEN style as these glove ones are way betterCute heart imprints on themIt has been a little over a year since i purchased these oven gloves and they are still in tact and work greatEasy to wash and for drying i prop them up(stand them up) and let them air dry
Luke Miller –
They look like they may be too floppy, they’re not. I have big fat hands but they have stitching at the base of the fingers inside so I can still use them and so can smaller handed people because the stitching keeps the glove closer to your hand.
I realize that these had to be made a universal size but they are huge and not real flexible so that makes them a bit unwieldy for smaller hands. They have good gripping and they are mostly heat resistant as long you don’t have to hold the heated item for very long. Husband had decided (before trying them) that he preferred my grandma’s handmade cloth potholders but once he tried these, he was hooked.
Andre N. –
I’ve been using these for all sorts of kitchen tasks, from wet applications like brewing beer and canning to dry applications like autoclaving and baking and these gloves work well, insulating from the heat, providing reasonable grip and relative dexterity (I can hold and flame individual test tubes).All in all, well worth the purchase.