Leather gets better with age. You can expect Combekk's Dutch leather to maintain it's beautiful, ultra-comfortable look & feel whether you use them every day or once a week. As it ages, leather will begin to develop natural markings which will add a uniqueness and authenticity to its look. Leather offers a superior level of strength when compared to most other materials (like cotton or blends). You can pull and stretch leather without causing any damage to it. As it ages, you can be sure that your leather pot holders will only get softer yet stronger, characteristics of this fantastic, natural material.
The durable Combekk Dutch leather will last a lifetime given proper use & care. Under normal cooking conditions, these pot holders will protect your hands from heat when using them to pull a baking sheet from the oven or removing a lid from a steaming pot of pasta. Leather will do what leather does best...break in. The more frequently you use these potholders, the softer they become. If you spill any food or liquid on your leather pot holders, a simple spot clean with just warm water and mild soap will get them back to perfect condition!
These unique leather pot holders are designed and manufactured in the Netherlands.
Turn up the heat with the cool Combekk set of 2 Dutch Rust Leather Potholders! Not only are these Combekk pot holders absolutely stunning to look at, they are made from 100% recycled, authentic Dutch leather. Manufactured in the Netherlands, the stylish Combekk Dutch Rust Leather Potholders will become your favorite go-to in the kitchen. These real Dutchies can also be used at trivets. Leather has never looked so good in the kitchen!
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