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Liberty T2010W Nitrile Industrial Glove, Powder Free, Disposable, 4 mil Thickness, Small, Blue Box of 100 (2-Pack)
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- Disposable standard industrial grade glove
- Gloves are textured finish
- Small Size - 2 Pack
- 4 mil thickness
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|Brand Name||Liberty Glove & Safety|
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Liberty nitrile textured industrial grade powder free glove. Nitrile gloves are manufactured using synthetic polymers and are more puncture resistant than natural rubber. Offering superior resistance to punctures and abrasions, they are a perfect choice for protection from a variety of chemicals. Easily donned, this product is the perfect choice for your disposable needs when latex allergens are a concern. Industrial grade nitrile gloves are made from component materials which meet requirements for food contact and handling. Our medical grade nitrile gloves comply with FDA regulations. It is standard industrial grade. This is powder free glove. Textured finger tips. Available in large size. It is ambidextrous. 4 mil thickness. Blue color.
Size: Small, 2-Pack
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However, I did not realize when I ordered that this was the 4 mil version. So I actually ordered these by mistake.
4 Mil is fine for food use and for lots of light uses (painting, spraying household grade bug killer, etc). But it's not the ideal thickness for my purposes, which involve volunteer Animal Rescue and possible unknown medical pathogens from sick/injured animal body fluids.
So I returned these and purchased thicker gloves locally (through Harbor Freight Tools, actually, which offers options in 5, 7 and 9 Mil).
But I'll give these 5 stars for food prep and light household tasks/ shop use. 4 Mil is fine for that, and that's what these gloves are intended for.
Hope this is helpful. Stay safe, everybody.
I didn't buy these for pandemic use, but if Ebola or influenza turns into World War Z, I'll be glad I have these in a box of 100 before they sold out. (Hint, hint)
The seller really has put ALL the important information into the Amazon title description: Nitrile. Powder free (a good thing, as powder can become a vehicle for both particles and germs to attach to). 4 mil thick, which is in the middle of the road for thickness and is plenty for most purposes (other brands are available in 6.1 and even 9, after that you're into rubber gauntlets). They're light blue, so it's easy to see particles or chemicals on the glove (that's a drawback to all-black gloves).
They're disposable, but they're durable enough that you can wear a pair for hours without them breaking or tearing.
I'm told these are labeled 'industrial' because they don't come guaranteed 'sterile' in their box for medical use. So you wouldn't want to do invasive surgery in these, they'll be carrying whatever normal everyday germs on them from the factory, room air, etc.
But if you want to protect YOURSELF from outside germs with these (influenza, colds, etc) they look like they'll do the job. Visibly thicker than the cheapo 10-pack-for-$2 gloves from WalMart or Home Depot. These also extend about 2 inches up your wrist. Much better quality than those cheapo gloves in every way, and in a box of 100 these Liberty's work out to the same price, or even less, per glove.
A tip about size: Most American adult men have hands that need a size XL in most manufacturer's latex/nitrile gloves. There doesn't seem to be industry standardization. It's always better to order a size larger--a little extra room in the glove reduces perspiration, makes it easier to get the glove on and especially easier to remove without tearing, and is just more comfortable. By comparison, most Dollar Store or generic 10-pack gloves are sized Medium. I'm 6.0" and 185 lbs and I I normally wear a Large dress glove, but I ordered a XL in this glove and I'm very glad I did.
Note: Before receiving these I bought a WalMart pharmacy box of Curad Nitrile 3.6 mil exam gloves, which I've also reviewed. They're OK basic economy gloves, but for the exact same price these Liberty gloves are noticeably, visibly superior.
SUMMARY: Good general use gloves. Not the absolute best (Microflex Diamond 375 XL or even 300XL would be better for pandemic use), and also not the most expensive, but good gloves and considerably better than WalMart's pharmacy brand for the same price. Win-win.
If you're not a medical professional, these gloves can be puzzling to research because there's a lack of consistent industry-wide standards and for liability reasons no manufacturer wants to talk about effectiveness spec's in blocking viruses or bacteria.
Note: The manufacturer is Liberty, they own the brand name "Duraskin" and the box you receive will say 'Duraskin', not Liberty, so that's OK and not a 'switch'.
I think these are pretty good gloves. I welcome any suggestions for other brands, just leave a Comment below.
Hope this review has been helpful. Happy trails, everybody, and stay safe.
I purchased size M. On the box's scale my hand fit the M size. I measured my hand across the palm, just above the thumb and under my knuckles. My palm measured 3 1/2 inches across.
I measured all of the sizes on the box in inches for anyone who wants to know. Here they are:
XS = 3 inches
S = 3 5/16 inches
M = 3 3/4 inches
L = 4 1/8 inches
XL = 4 516 inches
2XL= 4 7/8 inches