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The best disposable gloves depend deeply on what you’re doing with them and using them for. For example, serving food requires a different glove than one used while gardening or in a medical setting. The ideal type of glove and material choice varies greatly, but one of the most widely-used glove types are non-latex disposable gloves, known for its versatility and skin compatibility.
There are many reasons to wear disposable gloves, and it varies greatly by profession. Non-latex gloves in bulk are used by medical professionals, mechanics, sanitation workers, food service workers, gardeners, artists, and many more businesses. You should wear disposable gloves in any setting that requires you to protect your hands from potential contaminants, like in a healthcare setting, or potential mess, like in a creative setting.
The short answer is no. Disposable gloves should be exactly that - disposable. They are designed to be used one time only and then properly discarded. Disposable gloves are made of a thinner material when compared to reusable gloves. While the benefit of this thinness is increased sensitivity, reusing disposable gloves will eventually lead to a breakdown in the material, which creates microscopic tears that disrupt the integrity of the glove. We offer great price breaks on bulk disposable gloves and non-latex gloves for wholesale, which means you can always have enough in stock to encourage frequent gloves changes. Our bulk Nitrile Gloves come in minimum quantities of 100 at great prices.
In the general global population and among health care professionals, there is an increasing rate of latex sensitivity. This means that hospitals make sure they use disposable gloves made of non-latex materials such as nitrile rubber or neoprene. Our nitrile non-latex medical gloves are made of nitrile rubber and offer a comfortable fit while ensuring optimal protection against contaminants and germs.
Food-safe gloves are made with materials that are accepted and known to be safe for use with food preparation and food packaging. There are many gloves that fit this description, but the two most popular choices are disposable nitrile and vinyl gloves. Our Disposable Vinyl Gloves, are strong and are manufactured free from contaminants and additives that you wouldn’t want anywhere near your food. The gloves are available to buy in bulk, so you can ensure your staff will always have reusable gloves available for frequent changes.
To answer this, it is best to look at proper procedures for wearing non-latex disposable gloves. It is best if the wearer sanitizes or washes their hands before putting on the gloves. When you touch the outside of the gloves with your unwashed hands and then put them on, contaminants from your unwashed hands are now transferred to the outside of the gloves as well. The best practice for efficient non-latex glove wearing is to sanitize or wash your hand both before and after wearing the disposable gloves to reduce contamination.
When you are done wearing your non-latex disposable gloves, make sure you discard them properly into a lined trash bin. Do not reuse or wash the gloves. Once you have disposed of the gloves, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If you can’t do this, be sure to use hand sanitizer with over 60% alcohol.
In a general sense, gloves that are a good grade or that are used in food service are made to fulfill tasks that don’t involve prolonged use. They are designed for low-risk tasks and jobs, such as preparing food and other lighter tasks. They are lightweight and allow for frequent changes. The gloves that are used in hospitals are medical grade gloves, like our Nitrile Medical Exam Gloves, which are designed to be used in hospitals, labs, nursing homes, and non-surgical medical examinations and procedures. Medical gloves are used when there is a risk of the wearer coming into direct contact with contaminants or bodily fluids.
The material that is best for disposable gloves is a non-latex alternative, as latex sensitivity around the world is increasing. To keep your family or workplaces healthy, a good solution is to purchase bulk disposable gloves in vinyl or nitrile. We offer both Disposable Vinyl Gloves and Nitrile Gloves in bulk to give you the option to choose whichever is the perfect fit for you.
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