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True Blues Small Green Ultimate Household Gloves
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- Tough Vinyl Shell with a 100% Cotton seamless liner
- Latex Free and machine washable
- Amazing grip and excellent dexterity
- Durable yet flexible and won't crack like latex
- Ultra comfortable
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Top Customer Reviews
When my allergies act up, I seem to react to everything - including even the mildest dishwashing liquid. Hence the need for waterproof latex free gloves. These hypo-allergenic gloves do the job just fine!
These gloves are made of a tough vinyl shell that can withstand harsh dishwashing cleaners. The vinyl shell also insulates my hands so I can safely use really hot water when washing a sinkful of greasy dishes.
The vinyl around the glove's fingers and palm is slightly roughened for a good grip on soapy dishes.
Gloves measure about 12" long with 5" cuffs ... so, I can easily reach for those dishes at the very bottom of my kitchen sink full of sudsy water.
I also have the option of folding back the long cuffs on these gloves ... this prevents water from running back on my arms while doing the dishes. (SEE PHOTOS IN CUSTOMER IMAGES)
The generous cotton liner makes this kitchen glove super comfortable. The cotton liner also allows me slip these gloves on and off with utmost ease.
These gloves come in really cool colors ... so, they are fun to wear!
Gloves, especially, cotton lined gloves, would need washing. I machine wash these gloves on gentle cycle and line dry to get them really clean.
HINT: I fold the cuffs all the way back to the fingers before machine washing and, again to line dry. So, my gloves are always clean and odor free.
These vinyl gloves are thick. However, I adjusted quickly to the thickness without any loss of dishes!Read more ›
I got these in size small. They felt a little clumsy at first, because the material is thicker so it was slightly harder to move my fingers. A couple of days of doing my chores in these, though, and I'm completely hooked. The fit is great - structured and comfortable. I roll the cuffs up, and though this maybe doesn't work quite as well at catching water as the Casabella gloves, it will easily stop small drips that would otherwise head straight onto my sleeve. I am able to do any kitchen task easily, and haven't had any trouble with glassware slipping out of my hands. Just yesterday I found that they were thick enough to allow me to take stream-sterilized jars right out of the pot, without having to fidget with a pot holder.
I've washed mine 3 times. The first time I painstakingly flipped each finger inside out. Took forever and was really frustrating. Since then I have just flipped the "body" of the glove inside out, but I stop when it reaches the fingers. This seems to allow the washing machine to get soap in and out of the fingers well. To dry, I put the gloves, still inside out, in my Excalibur dehydrator, but you could just put them in front of a heating vent of course.
I will be getting my second pair soon, to keep at work. I would recommend these to anyone.
- VERY tough. I have handled broken glass, dunked them in near-boiling water, touched pans that just came out of the oven, etc. and they have managed to last over a month so far. They are just now starting to crack a bit, but considering that they're being used for hours on end and dealing with restaurant-level dishes and cleaners, I'd say they'll last quite a while for around-the-house use.
- Cotton liner makes putting on/taking off very easy.
- Easily washed - just turn them inside out and run them through your washing machine and they're good as new.
- Made from vinyl and not latex, so those with allergies shouldn't have any issues.
- If using them for long periods of time, your hands will start to sweat. Not only will this make the gloves smell bad, but if used long enough, the smell can stick to your hands for days, no matter how much you wash them. Make sure to let them air out or wash them after using them.
-Even though they have textured hands to allow for greater grip, they are still sort of slippery when wet.
As household dishwashing gloves, I would highly recommend them. For restaurant-level dishwashers, though, they might not last you as long as you think. Still, they are very useful, and I would definitely recommend trying them out to see if they fit your needs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Water leaks inside the gloves. The gloves smell bad within a week. I no longer use them.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great gloves for washing dishes, good enough grip and very waterproof. My only complaint is that they leave smell on my hand after doing dishes.... Read morePublished 5 days ago by EPH
Best cleaning gloves I've ever owned! Would recommend these to anyonePublished 5 days ago by Topher
The cotton lining is my favorite part. The "build quality" appears to be excellent. I'm 6'3" with long fingers and L fits me fine.Published 6 days ago by Shabkar
My wife has to use gloves when she washes dishes because the hot water and soap destroy her hands. We used to order Glove-ables and she liked those a lot (they were cute as well as... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Bobby Kritzer
Household chemical resistant! Lasts 5 times longer than most premium latex household gloves. I've had my original pair for over 1 year and only reason I had to replace them is... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer