Everything You Need to Know About Vinyl Gloves

Vinyl gloves feature a more durable design than poly gloves, and are a great latex-free option to help prevent allergies or sensitivities. Cost-effective, they are designed for quick tasks and allow for the easy removal and replacement of gloves in busy medical, food service, or industrial locations. Featuring a more form fitting design than poly g...

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Tattoo With Style

GloveNation’s selection of latex and nitrile gloves are durable enough to withstand heavy use with ease. Exam grade latex Ninja and nitrile Black Widow gloves are ideal for use in tattoo parlours due to their durable designs and stylish black color. Their black color helps to hide the appearances of ink or other substances to give them a profession...

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Everything You Need to Know About Poly Gloves

Made from quality polyethylene, poly gloves are perfect for lighter duty tasks and generally have a looser fit to allow for the easy removal and replacement of gloves in busy kitchens or foodservice locations. Poly gloves are made from either low or high density polyethylene materials. Cost effective, GloveNation’s poly gloves are food service grad...

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Glove Storage and Degradation

How you store and care for disposable gloves has an enormous impact on the quality of protection and comfort gloves will offer. Not storing gloves properly or using gloves that are in poor condition can put customers at risk of food contamination, or patients at risk of exposure to bacteria or illness. Use these simple tips to keep gloves in perfec...

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Glove Facts and Myths

Keeping gloves and hands clean in the the kitchen or in a medical facility is extremely important to prevent harmful bacteria from coming in contact with food products and causing food contamination, or the spread of illness. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation out there about disposable gloves and how to use them. Here, we’ve compiled...

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Everything You Need to Know About Nitrile Gloves

A great alternative to latex gloves, latex-free nitrile gloves offer a tough design and are puncture resistant, making them a safer option for use with medical tools or sharp objects in kitchens. They offer quality resistance to chemicals and have a form fitting design to prevent gloves from falling off while in use. Available in a variety of color...

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FDA Bans Powdered Medical Gloves

The FDA put forward a ban on December 19th, 2016 which was put into effect on January 18th, 2017. The ban stated that powdered medical grade gloves can no longer be sold as ruled by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). This ban was in relation to concerns regarding powdered gloves and the potential dangers they posed to patients in medical and h...

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Everything You Need to Know About Latex Gloves

Perfectly designed for completing medium duty tasks, latex gloves are more durable than flimsier food service gloves and offer effective barrier protection against contaminants. Latex gloves are made from natural rubber latex and have been known to cause some allergies, so latex-free gloves are recommended for those with latex sensitivities or alle...

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Everything You Need to Know About C2 Hybrid Gloves

C2 Hybrid gloves feature a new and innovative design that makes them the perfect alternative to latex or vinyl gloves. Available in 1 mil to 3 mil thickness and clear in color, these gloves are designed for general cleaning or maintenance tasks and can protect against some mild irritants.Free From Harmful ChemicalsUnlike PVC or latex gloves, C2 Hyb...

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Cut vs. Puncture Resistant Gloves

A mistake that can be easy to make is assuming that both cut and puncture resistant gloves are the same. Cut and puncture resistance refers to two distinct features in gloves and provides different levels of protection. Keep reading to find out the major differences between cut and puncture resistance.Cut or Puncture Proof? It is important to note...

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