Work Gloves

Protect your hands from heat, chemicals, harsh weather, and contact with hazardous sharp materials with a pair of working gloves from HomElectrical. Working gloves come in all sizes and can be made from a variety of materials including: cotton, knitted material, and rubber. No matter the working environment, there is a pair of working gloves that is sure to meet your needs.

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What is the use of Polyester?

  • Is a synthetic fiber making it less expensive
  • Won’t wear down easily
  • Flexible and strong
  • Dries faster than nylon or cotton
  • Resistant to scratches and abrasions

Choose from a full selection of work gloves for every type of construction application. Make sure your hands are protected.

What are Neoprene Gloves?

Neoprene gloves are less resistant to punctures, abrasions, and cuts when compared to nitrile and natural rubber gloves.

This type of glove is able to resist a range of substances such as:

  • Oils
  • Acids
  • Caustics
  • Solvents

What are Natural Rubber Gloves used for?

  • Also known as a Latex glove
  • Perfect for janitorial, sanitation, and manufacturing
  • Able to wear for long periods of time
  • Protects well in high risk situations

What are Cotton Gloves used for?

This type of glove is not recommended if you plan on doing work that involves rough or sharp materials

  • Keeps natural oil from getting onto objects
  • Abrasion resistant

What are Nitrile Gloves?

  • Made from synthetic rubber
  • Perfect for those allergic to latex
  • Resistant to a majority of chemicals
  • Offers a long shelf life

Which Work Gloves do I need?

Depending on the kind of job you're doing, the type of work glove will differ. Work gloves are often tear or rip-resistant and can withstand cuts from knives and sharp objects. Work gloves also prevent unwanted chemicals from penetrating skin while also adding extra grip under nearly any circumstance.

What are Work Gloves used for?

Work gloves are meant to be worn by workers for their own safety in all sorts of industries. Make sure your hands are protected when working in industrial and commercial settings.
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