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Protect Your Paws Silicone Handle Covers - Set of 2

Item # 40820
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Outlet! Was $6.95!

When you need to put your paws on a searing frying pan handle, settle for nothing less than 100% silicone between you and the heat. Covered in paw prints -- because you love them!

  • Paw-print design
  • Food-grade silicone
  • 5" L x 1.5 dia. (12.7 x 3.7 cm)
  • Imported

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Review count: 4

Recent reviews:

March 29, 2015 - These are a godsend, and so reasonably priced!! Our cookware is all stainless steel, including the handles, and they heat up to an incredible temp. Cloth potholders do not give adequate grip to the handles, but these grip the handle and give the surety needed when lifting heavy pots and pans. Great purchase!

July 14, 2014 - Just what I wanted--and needed--to handle my iron skillet handle, and the paw print says it all in a cat-loving home!

February 14, 2014 - work well with almost any pots - a bit large but that is what makes them interchangeable

November 29, 2012 - These handle coves are too large so they slip around on the handle. I found that if I cut a slit down the length of the handle cover, I can grip it and it will overlap so there is a tight grip.

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