Where to Buy Disposable Gloves Online
We have powder free gloves, exam gloves, surgical gloves, nitrile gloves, nitrile exam gloves, vinyl gloves, blue gloves, latex free gloves, food prep gloves and much more! See our range of disposable gloves by visiting our shop page.
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WHY BUY GLOVES ONLINE IN BULK FROM US
We carry both powdered and non-powdered gloves for medical and non-medical use. Both have their benefits and best uses.
Powdered Disposable Gloves: Powdered gloves include a light coating of cornstarch. This light dusting of starch helps to ensure the gloves do not stick together and that they are easier to put on. The seconds saved by not having to struggle with an unpowdered glove can be significant in emergency situations. However, it is important to note that this powder can raise some allergen concerns for those with sensitive skin and those who must wear the gloves on a regular basis.
Non-Powdered Disposable Gloves: Latex, Nitrile and Vinyl rubber disposable gloves are available in powdered and non powdered varieties. Powder free gloves are treated with chlorine to remove the powder and to stiffen the surface of the gloves. For latex gloves, this also removes latex proteins on the surface of the gloves. This reduces the chance of developing a latex allergy which the cornstarch can exacerbate.
For nitrile and vinyl gloves, there is not an allergy concern for the gloves themselves. Instead, the risk is for allergies to the cornstarch. This is relevant in food prep and medical applications. In many applications, the use of powdered and latex gloves is not allowed due to allergy concerns.