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Thread: RE: 1 1/2 Ruler and the danger..

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    Senior Member mythreesuns's Avatar
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    You can stop the danger of cutting your fingers/hands with the use of wizard gloves. I use the grippers to hold my rulers and use my wizzard gloves. I bought my first glove when I worked in a restaurant, have since bought 3 other ones now from your big kitchen gadget stores for other people. Using the wizard glove, there is NO WAY you can cut your fingers, even using a electric meat slicer. They come in different sizes..extra small to extra large. They can be a little bulky..but they sure save on your fingers. I use mine in the kitchen..and for sewing..and I have even caught hubby using it in his work shop..so I am buying his own for him. They are 100 dishwasher safe. I also have another kind.. I searched online to find pictures of what I have to show you..
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    Cool ideal, I am going to look into this. Thank you for sharing :P

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    Is that like the ov glove? They sell at target. U can use them instead of hot pads.

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    Those have been used in the Food Service Industry for years, if you are interested check out your local Restaurant Supply.

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    Fons and Porter sell a "safety glove". It isn't very bulky. Not sure how the price compares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painiacs
    Is that like the ov glove? They sell at target. U can use them instead of hot pads.
    This one is not for heat..just for cutting..we use it all the time in our house when cutting onions and etc..

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