Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Crucible Cookware Silicone Mitts - #CrucibleCookwareSiliconeMitts Review


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I have several regular ole' potholders in my kitchen cabinet drawer.  Those square quilted pieces can be useless if you don't hold them just right.  I know, I've been burnt several times because my whole hand wasn't completely covered!  Maybe I'm not using them right, or maybe I have big hands.  Either way, I prefer to keep my hands protected when I'm handling hot food.

Crucible Cookware sent me their Silicone Oven Mitts, which are handy dandy in the kitchen.  Whether I'm pulling a pizza out of the oven or Jason is handling meat on the grill, these potholders provide protection.

  Crucible Cookware Silicone Oven Mitts are big enough to fit large hands.  Both my husband and I can use them.  They provide ample coverage and ensure we don't end up with blisters on our hands.  The inside is quilted, while the outside is mostly made of silicone.  There are raised, bumpy grooves on the outside.  This makes them non-slip.  The silicone is waterproof and foods easily wipe off the surface.  The top half of the oven mitts is branded with the company's logo.  I'm a lefty and Jason's a righty; We can both use these potholders because they're designed to fit on either hand.  Another nice feature is that you can't feel the heat from the food when touching it because of their thickness.  The Silicone Oven Mitts are made to withstand heat and render coverage.  They definitely beat out the potholders of yesteryear.


3 comments:

Feisty Fox said...

I have a lot of oven mitts but none are silicone on the outside. That's a pretty neat feature.

Maryann D. said...

I have burnt myself often from not having a good oven mitt. These Silicone Oven Mitts seem worth it to try and I never used a silicone mitt before.
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Jerry Marquardt said...

These appear to be very great mitts. I am trying them in my kitchen, and I like your great review.