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Flock Lined Gloves - Green X-Large - Case of 12 dozen

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Flock-Lined Gloves - Green X-Large - Case of 12 dozen

Protect your hands with these green nitrile latex-free gloves. They have a cotton flock lining and are durable enough to withstand repeated use. The lining provides easy on/off action while the outer shell protects your hands from abuse, irritation, and dried out skin. These gloves work well in a variety of environments including restaurants, cafeterias, cafes, schools, churches, office buildings, retail shops, and homes.

Typically found on a janitorial cart, or next to a kitchen sink, flock-lined gloves qualify as Personal Protective Equipment when handling mild to aggressive general purpose cleaners, degreasers, and detergents; also use them when prolonged exposure to water is required. After completing your task, take these gloves off in an inverted manner, peeling the cuff downward toward the fingers so that the glove is inside out after it is fully removed. This will prevent irritants from coming in contact with your skin.

Glove specifications:
Green nitrile (latex-free) | X-Large | 15 mil | Cotton lining
  • Model: BOS 1UH0027XL
  • FLS






Flock Lined Gloves - Green X-Large - Case of 12 dozen

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