Know Your Glove Materials: Part I Nitrile

Nitrile disposable gloves are a popular alternative to latex gloves in many industries. In fact, wholesale nitrile gloves are a key driver of growth in the industrial disposable glove market, particularly in applications that require contact with harsh chemicals and solvents, such as the automotive industry.  One of the more immediate benefits of these gloves …

Glove Distributors Who Deliver Brand Consistency Are Positioned for Success

The last 15 months since the coronavirus spread globally have, of course, been a frustrating time for everyone in the disposable glove industry. For end users, a lot of that frustration stems from the lack of a consistent brand experience. If you can’t buy the gloves you want from a source you trust, you may …

Nitrile, Vinyl, Latex, or Hybrid: Which Glove Is Right for Your Customer?

In last week’s blog post, we wrote about disposable glove thickness, which can be a source of confusion for end users (and sometimes even distributors). This week we examine how to choose the right glove material for the job. When the coronavirus went global in early 2020, the disposable glove market was turned upside down. …

Disposable Glove Thickness: What You Need to Know

When it comes to evaluating disposable gloves, thickness isn’t everything. The material they are made of, and whether they are industrial or exam grade, are also key factors in determining their appropriate applications. But the question of how thick any particular glove is will always be an endless source of conversation—and often consternation—among those who …