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Facebook Like Button Oven Mitt
Be the envy of your friends and relatives - use this Facebook Like button kitchen mitten! Or make a gift to your Facebook friend who loves cooking. Or just make your dishes know you "like" them!
This fully functional kitchen mitt looks pretty much like the real Facebook feature - yet it is quite capable of holding hot pots and pans. Since almost everyone is on Facebook nowadays - guaranteed to sparkle a conversation with your kitchen visitors.
And unlike other kitchen and bbq mitts and gloves, all this comes in a totally organic package for you nature lovers. The fabric is 100% cotton inside and out, and the filling is made from the fluffy fruit of the silk floss tree. There is a picture of this fruit in the images. This mitt is so organic it should be called bright green, even though its colors are blue and white!
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Cute gag gift, but very very thin. Doubt it's functional as an oven mitt.Published 2 months ago by SnowAngel33
The fabric is a little thinner than expected, but I bought this mostly as a funny gift for someone, so it definitely served its purpose well in that regard. Read morePublished 4 months ago by m
Nice for a gift, but the mitt cloth is not so thick therefore does not insulate very well.Published 5 months ago by Thomas Herrera
Awesome oven mitten....Even looks great hanging in the kitchen! Your guests will surely LIKE your cooking after seeing you with this on.Published 5 months ago by 0nurneez
My son ordered this, for his 7th grade teacher, who loves to bake, and who's family owned and operated a bakery. She LOVED it, and so did we! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nancy
Does not meet the intended use of product description. It's basically like picking up a warm pan with a sock.Published 7 months ago by Micky
Cotton does not come from the Silk Floss Tree. Two EXTREMELY different things. Just thought that needed to be pointed out.Published 14 months ago by Jordan