New Silicone Gloves Are Better Yet | KitchenTuff Giveaway

March 16, 2015 48 Comments

Kitchen Silicone Gloves

Silicone Gloves With Better Design

Many years ago I purchased my first pair of silicone gloves that worked well but were stiff and difficult to work with. Yes, I could stick my hand into a pot of boiling water to remove a cooked lobster but the problem was holding on to it. These gloves were stiff and limited because of their design.

New Style and Design Gives You More Ways to Use Silicone Gloves

These new KitchenTuff silicone gloves purchased at Amazon are a great example of what is happening in the silicon glove industry. These gloves now have fingers replacing the mitt design making it much easier to pick and hold ingredients when cooking or removing from a pan.

These gloves seem much more flexible than my first pair so handling barbecue grills and grates, charcoal chimneys, outdoor deep fryers and cast iron pots & pans is easier than before. I came up with a list of ideas and uses for these gloves on my original post about silicone gloves that you may find interesting.

According to KitchenTuff’s Website:

  • Their silicone oven BBQ gloves make handling very hot or very cold items a breeze-great for kitchen, BBQ, a must for camping
  • No more need to use clumsy tongs when grilling
  • Open tight jar lids effortlessly
  • Premium Food Grade Silicone-FDA approved
  • Their 5 finger grill gloves with their tiny hearts give you maximum dexterity and create a flexible non-slip grip.
  • Easy to clean and dishwasher safe.
  • One size fits most
  • Fun colors make them easy to find
  • Insulated and waterproof
  • Will not mildew or mold and are stain resistant
A Reluctant Gourmet Recommendation

KitchenTuff USA Giveaway

(The Contest is Over and We Have Two Winners – Thank you for your comments.)

Get Your Own Pair of KitchenTuff Silicon Gloves

The folks at KitchenTuff were kind enough to offer up a couple pair of their Amazon 5-Star rated silicone kitchen gloves for me to give away to a couple of my readers. (US readers only)

Please read below how to enter to win your own pair of KitchenTuff Silicone Gloves (List Price $55.99)

There are a four separate ways to enter but you only have to comment once below to be entered. If you decide to leave more comments as described below, you have more chances to win.

Please be sure to leave a valid email address with each of your entries so I can contact you if you are a winner.  You need to leave a separate comment for each of your entries for me to count it as a separate entry.

  1. Leave a comment below letting me know how you would use these silicone gloves in your kitchen.
  2. Share this giveaway with your friends on Facebook or fans if you have a Fan page. Leave a comment here letting me know.
  3. Pin the photo of the gloves to Pinterest using the Pinterest share button on the photo and let me know you Pinned it in a comment below.
  4. Tweet about the giveaway on your Twitter page and leave a comment below letting me know you did and provide me with your twitter handle.

That’s four easy ways to enter and giving you 4 chances to win. Remember, you only need to leave one comment below to be entered.

Giveaway Dates

The giveaway will run from today, March 16th through Tuesday, March 24 2015 at 4 pm.  Using randon.org, I’ll pick two winners and contact them by email so again I urge you to provide good email addresses.

Please enter as many ways as you can and share the giveaway with your friends and family. Good Luck!

Big Thanks To KitchenTuff

A big thank you to KitchenTuff for sponsoring and making this giveaway possible. I am thrilled to be able to introduce these silicone gloves to my readers.

 Where To Purchase These Gloves

If you can’t wait and just want to get your fingers into these silicone gloves so you can grab something hot from the oven, you can purchase a pair at Amazon.com Silicone Gloves.

Silicone Oven Mitts

Last modified on Tue 24 November 2015 3:24 pm

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  1. BarbaraB says:

    My right hand wrist has so many scars from accidentally hitting the oven heating element while pulling out a pan over the years. Just got a new one last week from broiling some tomatoes. That one is covered with a band-aid for the time being, but so many white lines up and down my arm, sigh. I would love these gloves, to stop the pain and further evidence of my kluztiness!

  2. Joan says:

    I have the worst time opeing jars so these would come in handy for that.

  3. Joan says:

    I shared on facebook

  4. Joan says:

    I pinned on pinterest.

  5. Joan says:

    I tweeted

  6. Helen says:

    Interesting loking new product

  7. Ron Biernacik says:

    Looks like a great product!! would like these silicone gloves, as BBQ tongs

    are clumsy and have burnt my hands many times..

    Good Luck to me lol

    Ron

  8. Jay in Ames says:

    Shared on facebook

  9. JamieK says:

    Your first pair of silicone gloves must be the same that I have now. Great concept but too awkward to be functional. In my kitchen, these Kitchentuff’s would be pulling lobsters out of hot water as well as taking canning jars out of their water bath. Thanks for the opportunity!

  10. Neil says:

    Looks like a great replacement for the leather welding gloves that I use!
    If it gets really hot you still burn (and they don’t wash that well)

  11. Rich Griswold says:

    These gloves will be a great addition for brew days, the kettle gets hot!

  12. Carie says:

    I would definitely use these gloves for baking, roasting, bbq’ing and smokin!!!

  13. Joy C says:

    I need something to pick the meat off of baked or boiled chicken, as well as breaking up pork butts for BBQ!!

  14. Toni says:

    These gloves look amazing! Love the color too, I just started redoing my kitchen with orange utensils and accents!

  15. Gail Redmond says:

    We are retired and could not afford these gloves, but they look wonderful. I am a klutz and my husband is a wuss, so we could share them!! It’s said that I have asbestos hands, but sometimes I overestimate what I can touch. We would simply love to win these – save a lot of money on band-aids and burn cream, too

  16. Waneta Knudsen says:

    Wowza!!! Pinning to “Favorite Products!!!” I will wear these while using my professional chargriller in my home kitchen, as hotpads to remove baked potatoes from the oven, handling roasted peppers, corn, etc, etc,!!!!!

  17. Pam Harris says:

    I would give them to the most wonderful retired nurse who has worked hard in her field in Oncology and Hospice. She selflessly gave of herself to her patients and families for a very long time. Her hands are not as nimble now and she has a hard time opening jars. She loves to cook and entertain at her home and these gloves would maintain her current level of independence in the kitchen! I can see her grinning ear to ear when she could use them!

  18. pam says:

    washing dishes, pulling heavy stuff out of the oven, maybe smacking my husbands booty ;)~

  19. Denise O'Leary says:

    Lifting big or heavy roasted food from the oven is a tricky challenge. These gloves would be safe and secure

  20. Gma Joan says:

    I really could use these. I carry around burns or scars from years and years of cooking. And you would think I would learn after a while; but, oh, no, never. These gloves would fix the problem, even at my senior age.

  21. blima says:

    I would use it for not burning myself. Really my hubby would use it because he loves these things and is careful not to burn himself. I still would try to use whatever I grab first. ::0

  22. Sherri says:

    I would use the silicone gloves for taking things out of the oven.

  23. TS Goldman says:

    Picking up roasted asparagus and french fries from pan, retrieving hard boiled eggs from pot, squishing tomatoes, turning chicken on broiler pan – I could think of a million uses for these gloves!!!

  24. Catherine Houston says:

    Would love a good pair of oven gloves

  25. Catherine Houston says:

    Pinned it

  26. Don says:

    Sound like a great improvement over the old stiff mitts that you can’t work and handle things in. We fit the rest of the comments with burning our arms and hands on all those things coming from the oven.

  27. Jeannette Rodriguez says:

    I would use the gloves for the kitchen and and wash dishes because they will help me a lot. please let me win

  28. Alice says:

    I spend most weekends cooking and baking special diet breads muffins and cookies and gluten free and low salt meals. I find my pot holders too cumbersome to comfortably grab my muffin pans out of the oven. These gloves would be put to use on a regular basis.

  29. Martha T says:

    I have a custom cake business and am constantly burning myself while moving cakes around in the oven. These gloves would be perfect!

  30. Patrick Stoll says:

    this would be great,especially when I forget the spatula or tongs!! lol!

  31. JoeD says:

    I would use these gloves with my cast iron pans.

  32. Laurie Wong says:

    Hi , I would use these gloves in the kitchen when cooking or baking and when bbqing too !!

  33. Capt. Skip Thomas says:

    This could solve a fish cleaning problem.
    When filleting the slimy fish could be held more secure than using my chain mail glove.

  34. Susan says:

    I’d love to have them to use when I’m taking hot pans out of the oven and/or picking up hot pots from on top of the stove….what can I say: I admit it…I’m clutzy…
    Thanks for considering my comments!
    Susan

  35. Mack says:

    Will use to move foil wrapped ribs from grill to serving area for slicing.

  36. Peggy says:

    We would mostly use them in the kitchen to put in and remove items from the oven. Another great use is opening jars. Thanks for sharing the info. I’d never heard of this type of glove.

  37. Peggy says:

    Pinned it 😀

  38. Charlene says:

    These gloves look like they would cover my wrists, as that is where I am forever burning myself-on the edge of the oven shelf or door or on the side of a hot pot!! I am sometimes such a klutz in the kitchen, but I LOVE to cook, so I have a LOT of burn scars!!

  39. Andrea M says:

    Neat! I didn’t know these existed! I would use them on the daily 🙂 we cook something at home every. single. day. what a blessing these would be!

  40. alan says:

    I would love to have a pair of these gloves. There are so many on the market, yet I don’t know which are worth buying and which are not.

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