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    I think it's worth a try!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    I think it's worth a try!
    It can't fucking hurt and as makers stated...YouTube that shit. Instant win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Please one of you "chefs" with a sous vide please snoseal some kincos in a controlled temp water bath.

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    might be a perfect BBI '18 raffle item....

    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    It can't fucking hurt and as makers stated...YouTube that shit. Instant win.
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    Artisanal kincos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Artisanal kincos?
    Back away. You've won enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Artisanal kincos?
    Artist anal

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    Ok, so what is the correct time and temp for properly sous vide-ing Kincos with Snoseal? I can't find it anywhere. Maybe this should go in the whatcha cookin' thread.
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    Cooking Kinco Gloves...

    I bake at 170, but isnít sous vide all about the low and slow

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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Ok, so what is the correct time and temp for properly sous vide-ing Kincos with Snoseal? I can't find it anywhere. Maybe this should go in the whatcha cookin' thread.
    Until they go gray.

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    Someone else is gonna have to smoke a set of Kincos in a Big Green Egg. 200* slow and low, gets a nice tasty smoke ring on the gloves.

    Bonus is that they might actually work then as a rescue dog bacon beacon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Ok, so what is the correct time and temp for properly sous vide-ing Kincos with Snoseal? I can't find it anywhere. Maybe this should go in the whatcha cookin' thread.
    I believe this will take a few volunteers. I seen all you bitches posting in the cooking thread about your fancy sous vide setups. Time to step up to the real plate and test this theory. Please post results and time/temp settings.

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    I think if you stuffed the Kinco's with vibrators before sealing them for the sous vide, it would make them more dexterous.

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    Sous vide jokes aside; I'm still of the opinion that if you bake too long with too much snoseal, you soak the wax into the insulation of the glove. I swear I've done it before and it results in a thin/moist feeling glove. For years now I've rubbed enough snoseal into the warm gloves to darken all portions and then thrown the gloves in the freezer to stop the absorption process. Call me crazy. One day I'll cut open a new glove and see if I can prove my theory.

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    I wait until Mrs ThreeRidges goes to book club, then right into the oven for baking. With the fan on high, no trace of the crime remains

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    I don't bake my leather gloves.
    Put gloves on.
    Have wife/kids hit them with the hairdryer on high.
    Start rubbing in snoseal, wringing you're hands in a sinister way.
    Done.
    Gloves are always nice and sealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeRidges View Post
    I wait until Mrs ThreeRidges goes to book club, then right into the oven for baking. With the fan on high, no trace of the crime remains
    Idk why I cracked up picturing this situation!

    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    I have a crock pot….
    And I have a rice cooker...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    I don't bake my leather gloves.
    Put gloves on.
    Have wife/kids hit them with the hairdryer on high.
    Start rubbing in snoseal, wringing you're hands in a sinister way.
    Done.
    Gloves are always nice and sealed.
    you can do it yourself eh

    sit down, turn on heatgun or hairdryer, grip it between your knees, rub the product in

    it will be just like masturbation only different

    yeah baking the fuck out of a leather glove sounds entirely unnecessary to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by axebiker View Post
    Don't know that the toaster oven would be the best - heat source is pretty close, and the temp control is "kinda" accurate...better off throwing a sheet of aluminum foil on your middle rack in the oven and doing it right.
    No oven in my apartment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Groomer Gambler View Post
    No oven in my apartment!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Groomer Gambler View Post
    No oven in my apartment!
    What kind of a shithole do you live in?

    Never understood why you bake them in an oven, rub that shit in and go ski. I've tried on those Flylows; they're dried out and stiff as cardboard pieces of crap.

    To soften up a baseball glove, you steam them. If you gotta do something with them, why not lube them up and steam them in a double boiler? Steam does degrade the laces in a baseball glove tho, but since work gloves have no laces...
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    you can do it yourself eh

    sit down, turn on heatgun or hairdryer, grip it between your knees, rub the product in

    it will be just like masturbation only different

    yeah baking the fuck out of a leather glove sounds entirely unnecessary to me
    This is the better method. Baking them with too much leather treatment saturates the leather and you just want to sealer on the outside of split grain. Do people throw their nice leather boots in the oven after slathering them with Hubberd's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    you can do it yourself eh

    sit down, turn on heatgun or hairdryer, grip it between your knees, rub the product in

    it will be just like masturbation only different

    yeah baking the fuck out of a leather glove sounds entirely unnecessary to me
    Nah, that's why we had kids. Little shits gotta earn their keep.
    Don't saturate the leather completely. You just want to coat the outer portion of the leather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    Someone else is gonna have to smoke a set of Kincos in a Big Green Egg. 200* slow and low, gets a nice tasty smoke ring on the gloves.

    Bonus is that they might actually work then as a rescue dog bacon beacon.
    I have a Kamado Joe. This should probably happen. You know, for science.

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    Unless there is a particular reason for baking the fuck out of a new pair of gloves, like altering the molecular structure of leather or SFT it just sounds like another hack job/urban myth thot up by someone who should not be allowed to own leather gloves or an oven and probaly we should keep the tools away from them too

    I have thrown leatehr gloves in the clothes dryer to heat them up a bit, then massage in the snow seal
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