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AdvantagesCost effective, holds its colour well if washed properly, reliable, well made, snug, versatile.

DisadvantagesShrinks if tumble-dried but can be flattened out in time, quite snug so might not fit all.

....? The Stellar black oven glove costs on average £4-99 to £6 dependent on stockist. I paid £4-99 for mine from Tesco back in 2008 when I lived in Edinburgh, because that was the year my old rented flat got a nice new kitchen courtesy of the landlord who was selling up the property once I moved out. At the time of purchase I didn?t consider buying two gloves because sometimes I feel two gloves are not always...

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published 04/10/2011

AdvantagesBuff up and freshen skin

DisadvantagesSkin seems a little dry after use

...I'm very lucky, as my mum works on the Boots manufacturing site, and often picks up lots of little treats for me at knock down prices from the staff shop . As Boots manufacture Soap and Glory products, I get plenty of these, and one of my current favourites is the scrub gloves, which retail for around £7 in store. These are a pair of pink stretchy gloves (one size fits all) that you put on...

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“Tawdry gloves !”

published 30/12/2013

AdvantagesSuperficially pretty

DisadvantagesPoorly made, using the wrong materials

...My Joules gloves came as a Christmas present from my son. I was delighted with their bright colours and the flexibility the fingerless option gave to me. They looked trendy and cheerful, but I was soon to find out that, at £16.95, my son had made an expensive mistake. What they look like The gloves are very jolly and fun to wear. The ribbed cuffs are light blue, with the pink Joules...

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