Black Disposable Gloves

Black Color Hides Stains

Black Disposable Gloves in latex or nitrile are both particularly good choices when you’re looking for automotive mechanics gloves or black tattoo gloves. The deep black color helps hide soiling, and is also a good choice for foodservice and canning applications, along with janitorial, painting, and assisted living and nursing home environments. Black Disposable Gloves are available in a variety of thicknesses, textures and sizes.

Do Black Disposable Gloves Also Make You Look Cool?

Are black disposable gloves just a hot trend? We don’t think so, and some of our favorite suppliers would agree. Adenna produces three popular black nitrile gloves and a black latex glove for mechanic and industrial manufacturing use. Black color masks stains, oil, grease and paints, and is a popular color for tattoo artists. Nitrile is a synthetic material that is strong to resist tearing and puncturing; and they protect better when handling solvents and chemicals. Adenna Dark Light 9 mil, Shadow 6 mil and Night Angel 4 mil black nitrile gloves, and Phantom 6 mil black latex glove. 

Protect your most important tools - your hands.

Another good choice is Safari brand gloves by Mexpo International, makers of black, medical-exam grade gloves, available in premium black latex and nitrile formulations. Mexpo has a reputation for consistency, service and quality all over the world, and they specialize in high quality, non-sterile black disposable gloves.

Making the Choice Between Nitrile and Latex

Nitrile offers a clear visual indication of torn patches and cuts. If you have an allergic reaction to latex, nitrile is a good alternative. Nitrile gloves are formulated to provide excellent resistance to punctures, abrasion, and chemicals. The soft, elastic material reduces tiring in the hands and enhances dexterity and tactile sensitivity. The nitrile formulation has no natural rubber proteins that can activate allergies in some people, making the gloves acceptable for high-risk and sanitary situations such as food and pharmaceutical.

Latex gloves are made from natural rubber and are appropriate when your work does not involve extended contact with biological or water-based materials. For environments where there’s going to be lengthy contact with solvents, oils, grease, and acids, nitrile is usually a superior choice. Latex offers scant chemical protection, and some find it difficult to detect holes in a latex exam glove.