Disposable Nitrile Gloves
Allergic to latex? We have you covered with these high-quality Disposable Nitrile Gloves.
When it comes to comparing disposable nitrile gloves and latex gloves for puncture and tear resistance, nitrile holds up the best.
Protect your hands from dirt and germs and reduce the chance of cross contamination. Disposable gloves are prefect for tasks around the home, office or while out at the shops. Protecting your hands and preventing cross-contamination between surfaces, and caregivers and patients. Clean World gloves are made with high-quality, durable and strond nitrile. Disposable gloves are great for multiple purposes — use during light cleaning tasks, for food preparation, for small medical use, and more. Perfect for jobs around the office or home.
You Get: 1 Box x 100 Nitrile Gloves
Type: Disposable Nitrile (Medical Grade but Not Sterile)
How often should I change disposable gloves?
- Before beginning a different task.
- If they become soiled or torn.
- After handling raw meat, poultry or seafood.
- Every four hours, or sooner if necessary.
What is the difference between Latex and Nitrile Gloves?
Nitrile is a synthetic rubber compound, while latex comes directly from rubber trees. While latex and nitrile are both strong and durable, nitrile has a higher puncture resistance and a better chemical resistance in comparison to latex. Disposable latex gloves were, for a long time, the most affordable option. However, with nitrile becoming more affordable, it is being used more widely. Especially useful for people allergic to latex.