|Global Product Type||Gloves-Exam, Nitrile|
|Wrist Style||Available in: Beaded or Beaded Cuff|
|Size Group||Available in: Large, Medium, Small or X-Large|
|Thickness||Available in: 2.8 mil, 2.8 mil; 3.6 mil or 3.6 mil|
|Description||Available in: 230/BX Nitrile Restore Gloves, XL, 250/BX Nitrile Restore Gloves, LG, 250/BX Nitrile Restore Gloves, MD or 250/BX Nitrile Restore Gloves, Small|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
Medical professionals use disposable gloves to keep themselves and their patients safe every day. Having the right kind of gloves for patient care is important for hospitals, clinics, labs, physician offices, and mobile health units, and other health facilities. Gloves are an essential part of a healthcare worker's daily routine, but some types of gloves are better suited for medical tasks than others. This buying guide will cover the best materials for medical gloves, address the issue of latex allergies, and provide product recommendations for sale at On Time Supplies.
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People who work in the food and beverage industry use disposable gloves to prevent the spread of germs and keep consumables from becoming contaminated. But what many food service workers don't realize is that some types of disposable gloves are more suited to their line of work than others. To address the specific needs of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, food trucks, and caterers, here's a disposable glove buying guide to help you make the best decision for your business. We'll also touch on the benefits of buying food prep gloves in bulk.