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Our Oven Mitts Offer Protection Up To 356°f/180℃. With Quilted Cotton Lining, They Offer Improved Comfort While Cooking And Grilling.

1. Material: Waterproof Polyester Fabric
2. Size: Approx 7.5 X 11 Inch Inch (Gloves) + 8 X 8 Inch (Pot Holder)
3. Weight: 0.16 Lb
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