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I think most people at home are using something like these.
> Made of food safe, ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene, nylon, polyester, glass fibre and spandex (for comfort), these gloves have been designed to resist cuts and nicks from even the sharpest blades.
Yeah, you can even get cut resistant kitchen gloves, which are great if you own a mandoline, for fairly cheap. The ones I have were just $11.50. Whatever nylon crap they're using is obviously much cheaper than that, but clearly you could make an actual cut resistant safe for fairly cheap as well.
Love it! And my mandoline is why I own a pair of cut gloves. 😂
Does anyone have any recommendations for cut resistant gloves for flipping a live blade? These seem to be the most popular ones on amazon, but I'm still worried about its protective strength as it seems that no gloves with kevlar in them are thin enough for balisong flipping to be feasible with them.
There doesn't seem to be much information about what I would assume to be a common question. I would really appreciate any information you guys have about gloves.
Before everyone says to get a trainer, I am already planning on doing that. I just want to know this if I ever want to get a live blade for whatever reason.
I just picked up the best seller ones from amazon a while back ( [link] )
As I’ve only ever owned 1 pair, and I use it for home use, I can’t tell you if that brand is any better or worse than the hundreds of variations that are available out there.
Sure you can. There are different thicknesses of kevlar and cut gloves.
These may look thick but they're very flexible and would be fine for grating cheese.
>"I used the gloves yesterday when I had grate some cheese and they worked perfectly! They were comfortable and prevented my knuckles from getting grated! I've only had them for a few days, so I can't rate them on durability or ease of cleaning, but the material seems that it will last and all seams are well sewn! Thank you NoCry! I will recommend your company and product to my friends!"
>Celina, Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
NoCry Cut Resistant Gloves - Ambidextrous, Food Grade, High Performance Level 5 Protection. Size Medium, Complimentary Ebook Included [link]
Works with a mandolin, i bet it works well with a grater
The Jamaican prep cook I worked with ages ago taught me to put on an apron and an oyster shucking glove to shuck oysters. After a few weeks of practice I think I was at least nearly as fast as these guys. I wonder why they don't use the best tools for the job.
I tried using the pusher, it's garbage.
Ordered this today
Thought the slice I took out of my thumb was a lot smaller than it is. Re-bandaging last night convinced me to get a glove.
Dexter are about the best for the price but they're not fancy.
I actually like my fillet knife from Cutco. The blade is extendable and it has a leather sheath.
Bubba blade fillet knives are popular. I don't have one. They come in different sizes and styles.
One product I didn't think I needed but now I can't live without is a fillet glove. Here is one for example glove
I am also terrified of cutting myself, so my bf bought me nice knives and a pair of gloves like this: [link]
When they came he demonstrated how safe they were against sharp knives and now I use them all the time and I feel SO much more comfortable.
has anyone of you guys tried to flip wearing a cut resistant glove like this? is it too thick or slippery?
Three words: cut proof gloves.
Cut resistant gloves, like these.
You should buy some cut-resistant gloves, eg: [link]
Here's something for your first YOLO initiative
Hey Wunky ever thought about cut-resistant gloves? May help. [link]
Use nitrile gloves, with some no cry cut protection or standard cotton glove liners under them.
If you do Amazon, these are popular.
Benriner is the go-to Mandolin. I have one and love it.
I use this for grafting fruit trees.
OP Alton Brown of Good Eats game uses Kevlar gloves with mandolin. I know Amazon sells them.
I also have a mandolin, and I have also cut myself badly enough to need an ER visit.
Now I have a pair of these: [link]
I use the Benriner along with these no-cut gloves. It's been great.
Yeah. You can find them on amazon. [link]
Time to invest in some gloves for the stone hand:
Cut Resistant Gloves
If anyone asks, tell them you're entering your diva phase of life.
I'd use these gloves
I have these and they work great.