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How does one make repairs to torn neoprene oven mitts?


It really isn't worth trying to repair them, and they always go in the fingers and more so in the thumb area. A better bet is to buy silicone mitts. They are more expensive but are virtually indestructible.

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What is the length of Williams-Sonoma oven mitts?


Their site says the oven mitts are 13 inches long.

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Where can I find instructions for making my own oven mitts and pot holders?


I used these instructions for making oven mitts to make some oven mitts when we moved: http://www.ehow.com/how_6962729_oven-mitt-potholder-instructions.html

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Where can I order personalized oven mitts?


I have ordered personalized oven mitts and aprons from epromos in the ast. Check out their selection here: http://www.epromos.com/aprons-oven-mitts/_/N-11593

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Where can I find Star Trek oven mitts?


I saw these oven mitts on ThinkGeek. They are pretty cute:
http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/ef2d/

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Where can I find some fun pot holders and oven mitts?


Amazon has a pretty big selection of novelty pot holders and oven mitts. Try this link: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=node%3D3742011&field-keywords=novelty+oven+mitts&rh=n%3A1055398%2Cn%3A!1063498%2Cn%3A284507%2Cn%3A1063916%2Cn%3A3742011%2Ck%3Anovelty+oven+mitts

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What is an oven mitt?


An oven mitt is insulated and usually made from cotton. Some newer versions are made from silicone, which helps protect them from liquids and stains. The oven mitt is worn to protect the wearer's hands from burns and excessive heat when cooking or baking.

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What is the difference between baseball and softball catcher's mitts?


The main difference between baseball and softball catcher's mitts is that the softball mitts have slightly less padding. This allows the softball catcher to grasp the ball easier, because it is much bigger than a baseball.

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How does one remove strong smells from microwave


Microwave a little bowl of orange juice with a teaspoon of baking soda in it for three to five minutes or until the orange juice has steamed away to half the original amount. Remove it carefully, wearing oven mitts, then wipe down the inside of the microwave with paper towels. The burnt smell will be gone and instead the microwave will smell clean and fresh. (This also works with alcohol-free mouthwash, if mint smells better than citrus to you, but don't use any that contains alcohol, as it might explode.)

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I purchases the Nostalgia Electric Cotton Candy Maker Model # PCM-805 yesterday at Bed Bath & Beyond. The directions, scoop and 2 plastic cones were missing. Can these be sent to me? (The store...


I would call customer service at Bed Bath & Beyond and ask for replacement parts. You might have to bring in your receipt. They should have no problem replacing the missing items, and if Bed Bath & Beyond doesn't have the items, they could most likely call the company for you.

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