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Disposable Gloves Can Help With Nearly Any Task November 1, 2017

You might have seen boxes of generic disposable gloves at your neighborhood supermarket or pharmacy without realizing that you were just seeing the tip of the iceberg when it comes to disposable gloves. The truth is, there is a large selection of disposable gloves available for purchase. These gloves are made of different materials and serve many different purposes. Whether you are working around the house, or working at your job, disposable gloves can provide the protection you need for certain tasks. This article will detail some of the disposable gloves that you can purchase (for convenience, we recommend purchasing them online) and the tasks that you can use them for. Read below to find out all you need to know about disposable gloves.



Latex Disposable Gloves



Latex is one of the most common materials used for disposable gloves. Many of the most popular gloves on the market, such as Explorer gloves, are made of latex. The reason that latex is so popular is simple: they are cheap, durable, and easily fit the hand (they truly fit “like a glove”!). Because these gloves fit so well, they do not allow the hands to breathe like some more loose fitting gloves. For this reason, it is recommended that you change them if your hands start to feel sweaty and uncomfortable. As an added bonus, latex gloves are biodegradable, which is good for the environment. Latex gloves are suited for a variety of uses, and are very popular for those in the healthcare industry.



Nitrile Disposable Gloves





Nitrile is a synthetic rubber compound, and is a popular alternative to latex. They offer a better level of protection than latex gloves, but fit your hand in a similar way. They are a good alternative for people who are allergic to latex. These gloves can typically be found wherever latex gloves are sold. Like latex gloves, nitrile gloves are a popular choice for those in the healthcare industry. These gloves are known for being very puncture resistant, and exam grade gloves are subjected to a series of rigorous FDA (Food and Drug Administration) tests before they can be sold. Speaking of punctures, we recommend purchasing the gloves in blue or black, so that you can easily tell if the glove has been punctured.



Vinyl Disposable Gloves



Vinyl disposable gloves have a much looser fit than latex or nitrile gloves. For this reason, they are recommended for more “low risk” tasks, like dish washing or food preparation. They should not be used in a medical setting. The advantage of having a looser fitting glove is that it is more breathable, and makes it easy to perform repetitive tasks. These gloves are the top choice for the foodservice industry. There are also very cheap, which makes it easy to buy them in bulk. These gloves come in powdered and powder free; the powdered option makes them easier to put on and remove. As an important side note: powdered gloves can no longer be used in medical settings, due to a recent FDA ban. Most of the nitrile and latex gloves currently available for purchase are powder free.


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