Sili Mitts Receives Positive Feedback from Satisfied Amazon Customers

Life Quintessentials silicone oven mitts known as Sili Mitts have been receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews from satisfied Amazon customers since its successful product launch more than two weeks ago.

Houston, TX, August 22, 2014 --( After a little more than two weeks since its product launch on Amazon, the Life Quintessentials silicone cooking gloves known as Sili Mitts are now reaping overwhelmingly positive reviews from satisfied customers. They're sold under the Potholders and Oven Mitts section of the Kitchen and Dining department of the online retail giant. They also rank high among the top 100 bestsellers, moving well ahead of 40 or so competing brands with the same product features.

Positive feedback from Amazon customers range from short bursts of happiness at finding such a useful accessory in the kitchen to joyful anecdotes of how they used the gloves to its utmost potential while cooking or preparing dinner. Some customers provided insights into the strengths and weaknesses of the product. These observations serve to inform Life Quintessentials on how they can improve on their product and better position the Sili Mitts in the current U.S. market.

Each pair of silicone mitts cost only $19.77, which is 56% less than their original retail price of $44.99 only. Customers enjoy a savings of $25.22 in every purchase along with free shipping and delivery to addresses within the United States. The mitts are eligible for Prime services under the Fulfilled by Amazon program. Other services offered for these products include gift wrapping and personalized messages or gift cards.

At first glance, the silicone cooking gloves from Life Quintessentials look unimpressive because they lack the flashy prints and colors seen in cloth potholders and fabric mitts. However, whatever they lack in style they make up in functionality. They offer greater coverage in protecting your hands and arms from getting seared or burned as you take out the baked goods from the oven, lift a boiling pot of soup from the stove top, or turn the meat over a roasting pit or open charcoal grill.

The gloves themselves are easy to wash and rinse. You may manually wash the mitts in a tub of warm water mixed with mild detergent soap or throw them into the dishwasher for a quick wash-and-dry treatment. The mitts are made of food-grade silicone, which is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as safe to use in food handling and cooking. It's also less likely to burst into flames when it comes in contact with fire.

Other uses for these silicone oven mitts include protection from minor skin burns when taking out a tub of ice cream or some frozen foods from the freezer. Rather than throw them away once they start to degrade, use the gloves to protect your hands and nails while gardening, window washing, general cleaning, or doing some much-needed improvements around the house. The silicone won't melt or burn when exposed to industrial-grade cleaning agents.
Life Quintessentials
Marlene Grexton
(832) 209-2180