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Oven glove
Oven glove

Oven glove from Nyttadesign. Photo: from  www.nyttadesign.nu
Oven glove from Nyttadesign. Photo: from www.nyttadesign.nu

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Oven glove

Oven glove protects hands when handling hot baking sheets – suitable for persons with impaired sensation

Authors comments
Since the user does not have sensation in his hands it is extra important for him to use oven gloves that cover the entire hand. If he uses ordinary square pot holders it is easy for a finger to be left unprotected and be burned without him feeling it.

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Editors comments
Nyttadesign, www.nyttadesign.com (last checked July 2017) sells an oven glove that is extra long and even protects the forearm. The glove is flexible and has a rubber-coated print on the palm that provides a good grip (see photo 2).

Tip is dated from 2008

Categories for this tip
household tasks » preparing meals, looking after ones health » preventing/healing ulcers, Tips and tricks from people with Tetraplegia with motor function allowing ambulation (C2-Th1, ASIA D, E).

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