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The 10 Best Oven Mitts  Jul 2022

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Your Guide To Buying an Oven Mitt

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    If you do any cooking or baking, you invariably will need something to protect your hands, when lifting up a hot pot or taking out a baking tray. Pot holders are useful, but may not suffice when taking out a hot baking tray with an entire roast turkey on it. Oven mitts have evolved from simple insulated cotton mittens, to silicone coated models that can handle up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. There are even more specialized materials, that protect your hands even if you have to hold a hot baking stone (like in a pizza oven) for a long time. Here is a guide to some of the best oven mitts on the market.  

    • Cloth: These are simpler, traditional oven mitts, which can protect you for up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. But fabric gloves will not insulate your hands if they become wet at any point.

    • Silicone: Some oven mitts are made from heat-resistant silicone. They are resistant to 500 degrees Celsius for short periods of time. For example, if there is something on the grill that you want to flip, you can protect your hand with a silicone-coated glove, and reach in and flip the meat on the grill, even without a pair of tongs.

    • Kevlar/Nomex: Kevlar is a synthetic fiber that is extraordinarily strong and heat-resistant, even at high temperatures. Nomex is a flame-resistant polymer that is used in firefighting equipment and military gloves and uniforms. Oven mitts that are made of these materials can withstand over 500 degrees Fahrenheit. There are also Para-Aramid and Meta-Aramid fiber gloves that can withstand up to 932 degrees Fahrenheit!

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Getting the right size: If the mitts are too big, you'll notice that they tend to slip off your hands. That's not safe when carrying a heavy baking pan or oven tray. (For example: A turkey can be over 20 pounds, which can mean that the roasting pan can be over 30 pounds when you add in the stuffing and all the juices that accumulate in the pan.) So make sure that you get the size that fits you. Red Lantana has oven mitts in Large, Regular, Small. Medium and Youth sizes. Some gloves are ambidextrous: the glove can be used on either the right or left hand.

    • Cleaning the mitts: Some customers clean the silicone coated gloves just by washing their hands while still wearing the gloves. As long as you don't get the cotton lining wet, the gloves should still insulate you properly from the heat. They can also be washed in a dishwasher or washing machine.

    • Coverage of the oven mitt: The Red Lantana oven mitt is very large—at 15 inches in length, it covers up to your elbows. That's good when you're reaching deep into an oven. Other mitts, such at the Triumphant Chef mitts, are 11.5 inches long, so they extend slightly beyond the wrists.

    • Non-Slip grip: Some mitts have a pattern in the silicone, allowing more traction when picking up something hot. The Triumphant Chef gloves are equipped with just such a silicone shell.

    • Lining: The Red Lantana oven mitt is cotton-lined on the inside, while being silicone on the outside. Some gloves have a removable liner—you can launder it, and then put it back after it dries.

    • Temperature tolerance: The silicone mitts are said to be good up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The Grill Heat Aid mitt is able to withstand up to 932 degrees Fahrenheit, making it good even for touching a hot barbecue grill.

    The Triumphant Chefare makers of kitchen and cooking accessories. They make oven mitts from FDA grade silicone that is flexible and easy to clean.

    Kitchen Elements—was established in 2004, as designers and manufacturers of kitchen supplies. They are based in Wellington, New Zealand. They make drop-down units, that can be concealed in the kitchen cabinets when not in use.

    Red Lantana—is based in Antioch, California. They are makers of oven mitts, baking mats, splatter screens, and pot holders, all from silicone.

    Homwe—are makers of home and garden supplies. They make oven mitts, gloves, garden hose nozzles, tote bags, aprons, bibs, and more.

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