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Silicone Pan Handle Cover/Holder

mliew | Jun 25, 200803:21 PM     7

I've been looking around for a silicone pan handle cover ever since I burned my hand when I touched the handle of my cast iron skillet right after I had taken it out of the oven. I was thinking about getting this one as its carried in store at Linens and Things and Bed Bath and Beyond:

http://www.amazon.com/HotHandle-Silic...

However, I went to the store and tested it out and its far too big to be used on the handle of my cast iron skillet. Also I read some reviewers who said that its too loose and slips easily which could be quite dangerous.

Le Cruset makes one as well but its only available online from BBB. Has anyone used it before?

I was thinking about checking out the local restaurant supply stores as well.

Thanks.

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