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Thread: Best foodsafe gloves

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    Best foodsafe gloves

    What make/type of gloves are you using and where 2 buy, my supply of individually wrapped ones has gone and i need to buy some. Dont want the type that split easily..
    cheers

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    I go to a chemist shop and buy a box of gloves used in doctor etc then put two or three pairs in a bag in my pocket.
    ok if you are rough with them they split but once I got used to wearing them I have few problems .
    not that long ago any gralloch was done with bare hands you may be too young to remember

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    Quote Originally Posted by roedeerred View Post
    I go to a chemist shop and buy a box of gloves used in doctor etc then put two or three pairs in a bag in my pocket.
    ok if you are rough with them they split but once I got used to wearing them I have few problems .
    not that long ago any gralloch was done with bare hands you may be too young to remember
    Who said i was going to gralloch with them!!!!


    Rubber/viynl/nitrile???

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    Ansell TNT is what I use. Slightly tougher than the normal cheapy ones.

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    I use the "lightly powdered" ones - £3.99 for 100...
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    I use semper guard nitrile powder free xpert gloves. They stand up to life around the farm. Probably if you google the name to find a supplier in your area. Think we get them from a company called abby dale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad Gary View Post
    Who said i was going to gralloch with them!!!!


    Rubber/viynl/nitrile???
    I never suggested you would that's one use I have for them I use same gloves for work quite a lot now butchering /skinning/wall tileing/working on anything oily /greeseing digger checking oils etc

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    I always go for nitrile, they seem tougher than the rest and similar price as well

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    find a tattooists and ask them there tough they will order online cheap, cheers doug, next day dellivery Killerink 5/95 a box of hundred black/pink/green/ blue ?
    Last edited by AN DU RU FOX; 17-03-2014 at 18:27.
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    Non powdered nitrile in green, tough cookies, very rarely rip

    phil

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