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I would buy this product again
from Cabin Creek, WV
About Me Budget Buyer
Comments about All Purpose Plastic Gloves:
I have deformed fingers from RA and these gloves are large enough that I can use them. I use this product when handling and serving food at the dinners we have where I live. Also they are great for cleaning.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I will buy this product again.
from San Diego, CA
About Me Brand Buyer
Very reasonably priced.
Quality has gone downhill, but still use
I've been buying these for years. The most recent shipment showed a huge decline in quality, however. The most recent gloves have no texture, and are much thinner than previous ones. This limits their usefulness. I either have to double up on these gloves or change them more frequently as they deteriorate much faster. Could you revert to the older supplier, please?
Great all-purpose for quick dirty jobs
By Rural Al
from Peterborough, NH
I always use these when preparing raw poultry or making meatloaf - anything where you don't want germs under your nails, I'd recommend them for. They do transmit heat, unlike rubber gloves, so I'd never immerse my hands in very hot water when using them.
Very convenient to keepi food safe.
from Pittsboro, NC
Great for handling mixing tukey dressing. Cookie mix. Etc. But they are quite flimsy. But for the sale price, this product elimiintates handling food that bare hands which so easily may cause cross-contamination and make people to become sick.
I would buy definitely over and again !
1) use when handling food2) use when sanitary handling is necessary 3) use when I do not want to get my hands germy, messy4) is sanitary precaution!
good job for a thin glove
from Greenwood, SC
these are fine for non-demanding jobs. i use when i walk my dogs and go into an area where i need to collect their poos (which is rarely and why i do not buy doggie-waste bags). i have worn when I must fry something for a meal and i lightly scrubbed a greasy pan and they did not tear--but i did not grab steel-wool pads to scrub but only used paper towels to lightly rub the frying pan to remove the grease. these gloves do not have talc inside. they wore fine for easy tasks and this is my third order of them in the last couple of years.
Very handy! :)
from Boston, MA
I use them when mixing moist foods with my hands. They feel less wasteful than medical-type gloves
Don't judge a book by it's cover
from Atlanta, GA
I can use these gloves for other things, but I can't use them for what I intended to use them for changing my Monroe.
I am never without my plastic gloves.
from North of Boston MASS
Yhis is the second order for me of 100 gloves. I use them on the deck to clean up after the birds and for any general cleaning where I want to protect my hands. It helps keep germs away.