Cooking and barbecuing can be fun activities, but getting a burn is not.
With the Cave Tools BBQ Gloves, getting a burn while cooking is a thing of the past.
These heat resistant cooking gloves are made from Aramid Kevlar and Silicone on the outside for protection, and a polycotton inner liner for comfort.
The Cave Tools BBQ gloves are are heat resistant up to 662°F.
Heat Resistant Cooking Gloves
With these heat resistant Cave Tools cooking gloves, you can handle all your BBQ, cooking, baking and grilling activities. These cooking gloves can handle up to 662°F, without the fear and worry of getting burned.
When I used these comfortable and lightweight cooking gloves, I was impressed by how well they work. I will be honest, I don’t do a lot of barbecuing, so I wondered how well they would work in the kitchen.
These gloves are lightweight, and don’t feel bulky when using them. Your hands are able to move and grip and pick up things with ease. In addition, the extended Cuffs protect your forearms from heat when reaching into the back of the grill or oven, or picking up hot food or utensils.
One Size Fits All
With the Cave Tools BBQ Gloves, you won’t have to worry about purchasing the right size gloves, or if multiple people in your house will be using the gloves.
That’s because they only come in One Size Fits All.
What is Kevlar
Kevlar is a lightweight, heat resistant and very sturdy plastic fabric developed in 1965 by DuPont. This material is 5 times stronger than steel.
You’ve probably heard how many of today’s most popular inventions were scientific mistakes, such as soap. Well, kevlar is one of these miraculous scientific goofs. Invented by DuPont scientist, Stephanie Kwolek. The story goes she accidentally invented what at first appeared to be a mistake.
She spun the liquid concoction into fiber by accident. This new fiber turned out to be tougher and sturdier than any other previously known man-made fiber.
Kevlar is the best lightweight man-made material that resists temperatures over 450 degrees F, thus making this the best material for cooking gloves.
Great for The Kitchen as well
The Cave Tools Cooking Gloves are great for the kitchen as well. We cook with cast iron cookware, which can easily get too hot to handle with your bare hands.
These gloves work great, whether the cast iron pot is used on the stove top or in the oven. Either way, you’ll endure a serious and painful burn if you touch the pot.
If you use rags or bulky kitchen mitts to handle hot cast iron cookware, this can sometime be awkward and make handling a heavy and very hot pot difficult.
You’ll never have this problem again with the Cave Tools Cooking Gloves. They can take the heat of the oven or cooking pot, no matter how hot it gets from the stove top or oven.
You will never have to bother finding kitchen mitts, or rags to put around the handles to prevent a burn, due to handling hot cookware.
Just put the gloves on, and you can conveniently and easily grab the handles of your cast iron cookware, grill grates or any other hot surface.
You will never fear or worry again about being burned on your hands or arms.
5 Benefits of the Cave Tools BBQ Gloves
- Never Burn Your Hands Again – 662°F heat resistance is perfect for Grilling, Smoking, and Baking.
- The Perfect Combination of Heat Resistance, Flexibility, and Grip you have never seen before in other potholders.
- One Size Fits All – Polycotton inner liner for comfort with Aramid Kevlar and Silicone on the outside for protection.
- Extended Cuffs protect your forearms when reacing into the back of the grill or oven.
- Cleanup is Easy – Just use warm water or toss into the washing machine.
If at any point in the life of your bbq gloves, if you feel like you received less value than what you paid for it, we will give you a full refund for your money.
Even if you use your cooking pot holders for an entire year, if you want your money back, we will give you a full refund for your barbecue gloves.
The Grill Master’s Essential Barbecue Recipe Book:
The recipe book comes complete with:
- 25 Professional BBQ Recipes
- Step by Step instructions
- Tutorial Videos
- Access to our growing library of over 135 Cooking Videos