HereToGear Welding Gloves - 16IN - Fireproof and Heat Resistant, Kevlar Stitching - Great for Fireplaces, Fire Pits, and Wood Stoves
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In no less a manner. The number of times I have dropped something or burned my hands is at an all time high because these gloves are useless. The number of times I have used them would be the determining factor. It is more useful to have a basic pot holder. Due to the fact that the gloves are useless for temperatures over 300 degrees, I don't know what the gauntlets are for. The only way I can pick up a cast iron skillet without burning my hands is to remove it from the oven.
All silicone should be used to touch live coals, even if they are warm. I have tried it and haven't had any problems. But you should do it at your own risk.
Despite being used for over three months, the gloves are still in good shape. When I load my wood stove with hot fuel, I only use them. A hot coal had been placed on a fire log and I snatched it up. It can be moved, but it is not recommended for a very long time. While gloves protect and do not catch on fire, they cannot hold for more than ten or twelve It is possible I won't need to buy these again once they hold up so.
It is a pleasure to wear them. There is one issue with this item it is a little too large. There is no danger of getting burned when I put logs directly into the wood burning stove. The pair I have is much appreciated. I recommend this product without a doubt.
This product was purchased for use with a wood burning stove in my home. My only regret about them is they smell so horrible. They look wonderful, but I'm sure they would be perfect otherwise. Since they have not been successful to date, we will have to wait and see. I really hope I will not be forced to use them instead of what they are designed for - in the wood stove.
Women have small hands, and I wish that they made welding gloves for them. Despite the fact that more and more women are going into welding, there is still no full-length welding glove available. The gloves have already fallen apart after 4 weeks despite being used only occasionally.
Having picked up everything in my wood stove, I can now put it away. You will eventually need to replace these, but they will keep your hands safe as they burn and catch fire. You must STOP when your hand becomes hot as it is not unlimited protection. Take them off carefully when you take them off. There is a possibility that it will be extremely hot outside.
My fireplace needed logs, so I looked for gloves to use for adding them. For me, these are somewhat cumbersome and too large to use for that purpose. Yet, the gloves are well-made, attractive, and exactly what they say they are. Then I gave them to my husband. His fondness for them and his ability to use them for many purposes led him to say that.