The ‘Ove’ Glove Heat Protection for The Hands

 I received The Ove Glove in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
The holidays mean the oven is always going. There’s baking galore. Years ago I was part of the silicone glove fad and bought these silicone gripper gloves. The result has been too many burns to my hands to count. I’ve joked I needed full coverage and now The Ove Glove offers just that.
The Ove Glove
Last night we had a baked potato buffet bar, Miss M’s favorite! It has never been so easy to get those spuds out of the oven. I just put The Ove Glove on, reached in, picked up the baked potato and went about our business.
The Ove Glove
Bake or simmer without the burn with these comfortable, non-slip silicone grip gloves for heat and flame protection. Made with patented Kevlar and Nomex material – the same material used in Firefighter gloves – The official ‘Ove’ Glove withstands extreme heat up to 540 degrees Fahrenheit.
Additionally, the Company’s “Anti Steam” Ove Glove received Best Rated Hot Surface Handler by Consumer Reports. The gloves offer an upgrade on protection with an inner latex layer providing triple layer heat, flame and steam protection and five-finger flexibility.  
The Ove Glove would make a great stocking stuffer or gift for anyone who uses an oven, grills, works on cars and more.
This great product offers:
  • Higher Heat Protection
  • Non-Slip Grip
  • Flame Retardent
  • Made of Kevlar® & Nomex® by DuPont
  • For Left or Right Hand
  • Machine Washable
  • No More Dropped Pans! No More Burns!
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