Rubber gloves come in handy when we want to protect our hands from household chemicals, staining, hot water, or icky substances that need to be cleaned. There are many types of rubber gloves available for your household needs. The best rubber gloves will be durable while still allowing you to accomplish the tasks you need done effectively. Which ones made the cut?
Vileda's Fresh Comfort Gloves include slip resistant fingertips to help with gripping. They are lined with foam instead of the traditional cotton to help absorb more moisture and keep your hands from feeling like they are in a sauna. The cuffs on the gloves are long, making it easy to fold them over and prevent water from running back down your arms.
Mr. Clean Loving Hands gloves have an extra long cuff to prevent water running into the gloves. The palms have extra grippers to help prevent slipping. The gloves are lined with cotton making it easy to slip them on and off. Mr. Clean's Loving Hands gloves come in sizes small, medium, and large.
3. RiteAid Cuff GlovesRiteAid's cuff gloves are very long, giving flexibility to fold over the cuff or not depending on the cleaning needs. These latex gloves are strong and durable although not as sweat resistance as other brands. They are, however, very inexpensive and strong at the same time. The palms are slip resistant making dishwashing easier. The gloves come in sizes small, medium, and large.
4. Playtex Living GlovesPlaytex Living gloves are cotton lined for comfort and fit. The gloves include reinforced fingertips and palms to help with slippery dishes. Playtex Living gloves also inclued long cuffs to help catch drips that find their way down the arms during cleaning. The gloves are available in small, medium, and large sizes.
Vileda's Sensitive Plus gloves are thinner to alow the most feel and comfort while completing household jobs. The reinforced fingertips provide antislip protection for delicate items. The Sensitive Plus gloves are not lined, but come in a variety of colors and multiple sizes. Vileda's Sensitive Plus Gloves are great when you need to be able to have more control over your fingers. I like to use them for glassware, because the entire hand and finger surface is textured to prevent slipping.