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Heavy Duty Food Grade Gloves


Product Description

Medium Large X-Large

Fits most women
& small mens hands.

Fits average mens hands
 & larger women's hands.
Fits large men's hands
& larger women's hands.

My review:

Stretching hot Mozzarella curd without gloves was always unpleasant for me.

After testing various gloves, I found these to be adequate for handling hot curd, but not suitable for long term total immersion.

I have tested these gloves to the following temperature range.

Your own comfort level may be lower or higher.

  • 160f(71c); very comfortable
  • 170f(76.6c); slightly uncomfortable/10 second immersion limit
  • 180f(82c);slightly uncomfortable, 5-10 second immersion limit
  • 190f(87.7c): uncomfortable, 3-4 second immersion limit
  • 200f(93.3c): very uncomfortable, 2-3 second immersion limit.

Features an embossed grip for ease of use and constructed of Neoprene over a yellow Latex for full protection.

USDA accepted.

Product Reviews

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  1. great product

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Nov 2017

    heavy duty, fits great!

  2. Simple great gloves

    Posted by Kimberly on 4th Jun 2017

    Had been looking for silicone gloves to handle curds coming out of 170 degree brine and came across these. They worked great. Able to work my curds better without killing my hands. Good dexterity. My best mozzarella has turned at so far as a result!

  3. A must for mozzarella

    Posted by ron s on 5th Mar 2016

    Having been a pastry chef, I used to handle temps of 308 degrees F of hot sugar without gloves. The temps for cheese are much lower, but no reason to subject your hands to hot conditions. You will get the same results and will not earn any extra brownie points by not using them. Just a suggestion, order a size larger than your hands. This way, you have the option of wearing another thin pair underneath.

  4. easy finger movement

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Nov 2015

    I used these gloves for making Asadero and needed to immerse in 185F (85C) water for 10-15 seconds. I have very sensitive hands so I wore thin cotton gloves underneath. I could easily manipulate my fingers yet to work the cheese. These glove go up the forearm a few inches which doesn't allow liquids to sneak inside. The sizes are accurate. I bought the women's large because I knew I would be wearing a pair of thin cotton gloves inside.

  5. Very good

    Posted by Patricia Garza on 9th Sep 2014

    Good product

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