|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 3.7 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||67100M|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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G & F 57100M CUTShield Classic level 5 Cut Resistant Gloves for Kitchen,Food Grade Cut Resistant Gloves, Medium.
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- Application: Food Preparation, when Cutting, chopping, use with slicer or Mandoline, handling sharp objects
- CutSHIELD FoodGrade Fibre - food contact safe compliance with FDA and SGS Test method
- Ergonomic palm design offers extreme comfort and light weight Flexibility
- Provides extreme comfort and touch sensitivity for maximum grip and accuracy
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G & F CUTShield Slash Resistant Series is using the latest exclusive CUTSHIELD fiber blend technology. High Level Cut rating certified by CE EN388 Testing Standard. Machine Washable, but do not iron. Size: M-XL
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G & F CUTShield Slash Resistant Series is using the latest exclusive HPPE cut resistant fiber blend technology. CE approves cut/slash resistant level 5. Machine Washable, but do not iron. Size: M-XL
Top Customer Reviews
The only thing I don't like is that they are hard to clean without putting in the washer. If I wanted to use them every day this would be difficult so luckily I tend to do all my cutting at once but still run into what to do with them if I am not ready for a suitable load of laundry (I would only wash them with towels not clothes and even then I scrub them with a dish crush and soap before I put them in). If you handle raw meat with them the weave ends up with meat packed in there!
Also- I did a test by putting a grape in one of the fingers and tried cutting it. I did not want to ruin the gloves so I did not really try to cut through- I suspect I could- but I ran the knife across as I might when slicing and it did not go through. There have also been numerous accidental brushes where I know I would have been cut and was not so they definitely help. I doubt they are going to help in situations with great force but for basic slicing and de-boning they are very helpful!
I washed my slicer and decided to make carmalized onions for our grilled beed hotdogs. But I definitely didn't want to slice the onions by hand, so I tried the mandolin for the first time. Let me tell you, that blade is sharp. Razor sharp. I made a bad pass with the onion and felt the blade catch the tip of my nail inside the glove. Sliced it right off, but the glove stopped the blade from slicing into my finger. It would have been a bad one. I will continue to use these gloves now that I have a newfound respect for their usefulness.
Now I need this more than ever. I highly recommend for persons who have to use blood thinners. People on warfarin etc a cut even minor might mean a trip to the ER.
These can be a lifesaver if you take blood thinners or need protection in case of being clumsy or even teaching your children how to use a knife in the kitchen.
The gloves came in a plastic bag within an envelope. They're made with a tough fibrous material somewhat resembling steel wool but you can feel through them and they don't irritate your skin. I took a knife to my hand while wearing the gloves and didn't feel any pain. I wasn't trying to cut my hand off or anything but I wanted to see if I could cut the gloves themselves. I took the gloves off for my second test which was trying to puncture the gloves with a knife. What I found was the tip of the knife wouldn't go through the gloves -- even though I was putting a good amount of pressure into it. I'd imagine that the gloves wouldn't shield you from pain, but they'd keep the blade from entering your skin.
As far as using the gloves with food, I'm happy to see they're machine washable. But at the same time, it would be even better if they were dishwasher safe. Putting them in with laundry is sort of a big deal since people don't generally do a load of dish towels every day. With them being used and not specifically stated as being safe to wash in the dishwasher, I'd recommend using them with foods that won't get the gloves too "saturated", if you will. Another great use of the gloves is when cutting very spicy peppers -- keeps you from getting the pepper juice on your fingers -- which inevitably makes its way to eyes.