Latex Free Vinyl Gloves

Latex Free Vinyl Gloves

Latex free vinyl come in a variety of colors such as blue, black, green, lavender, pink, purple, white, brown and clear. Companies that offer non latex exam gloves include Adenna, Aurelia, Basic, Cranberry, BeeSure, Blossom. Halyard, iSmile, RelyAid, Medline, Curad, Mexpo, Microflex, and Supermax.

Latex Free Vinyl Gloves One Option in a Variety of Materials

With the rising awareness of latex allergy issues, several new types of latex free gloves have gained favor in the past several years. Each of them offer unique advantages but, at the same time, each of them come with a certain amount of compromise in terms of barrier protection, economy and comfort. No single glove provides the "perfect" solution for all applications and it’s nearly impossible to standardize on a single type of glove material without encountering difficulties.

The Most Economical Alternative

Vinyl is the most economical latex free glove alternative. It’s been around for many years but in general may be associated with reduced barrier protection due to its susceptibility to tears, breakage and pinholes compared to latex.

Vinyl food service gloves are a popular choice for many food environments. This is because having a high level of protection and durability is not as critical as they are in the operating room at a hospital, for example. Vinyl gloves are also less expensive, making them a more economical option. Their fit is somewhat more loose, and they are good for low-risk or short term tasks when dealing with non-hazardous materials.

Lots of Applications for Latex Free Vinyl Gloves

There are many different applications for latex free vinyl gloves, such as automotive repair facilities, food service operations, salons, police and fire stations. Latex free vinyl gloves are critical supplies for any light duty application and can be used in a variety of situations. My Glove Depot latex free vinyl gloves are also ideal for home use or any place where the protection of your hands is required.