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Powder-Free Disposable Gloves - Black Nitrile XX-Large

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Powder-Free Disposable Gloves - Black Nitrile XX-Large

Protect yourself with these nitrile powder free disposable gloves. They come in a dispenser style cardboard box and are intended to be a single-use item. These gloves protect against bacteria and viruses typically associated with cleaning activities; or guard your hands from unnecessary abuse. These gloves work well in a variety of environments including restaurants, cafeterias, cafes, schools, churches, office buildings, long-term care facilities, retail shops, and homes.

Typically found on a janitorial cart, or in a supply closet, these disposable gloves qualify as Personal Protective Equipment when cleaning bathroom facilities, handling trash, or when dealing with blood borne pathogens. After completing your task, take the 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 soil, germs, and viruses from coming in contact with your skin.

Material:
Nitrile | Powder free | Non-medical

Glove specifications:
XX-Large | Ambidextrous | 5 mil | Black

Availability:
100/1 (box)
1000/1 (case)
(Note: 100 gloves per box | 10 boxes per case)
  • Model: GLV BLK-XXL
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