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Unread 01-10-2013, 10:50 AM   #1
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Default Latex Gloves

I'm looking for some orange latex gloves. I've found a few diffrent colors but could not find orange. Any help would be great. Thanks
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Google orange nitrile gloves and you will find them.
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Amazon has orange ones if you ever order stuff from them.
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Nitrile gloves are a better bet. Latex has the potential to cause allergic reactions.
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Speaking of gloves ... What's the big deal with "powder free"? Not knowing any better, I wish mine had powder to help get over my sticky, sweaty cooking hands. Do people worry that the powder will get on the food?
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Speaking of gloves ... What's the big deal with "powder free"? Not knowing any better, I wish mine had powder to help get over my sticky, sweaty cooking hands. Do people worry that the powder will get on the food?
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Latex gloves are the devil!

Seriously though, I have an extreme allergic reaction to latex, and I am starting to find out that latex allergies are very common in the world these days. I have almost died a few times because I wasn't aware that my food was prepared with latex gloves, thank goodness for epi-pens. So if using latex make sure the people you are feeding are aware that you used latex gloves.

I have had to pass up BBQ many of times because of latex!!!
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I skip the rubber gloves and just buy food prep plastic gloves from Sam's. If you must go with rubber the new standard is nitrile gloves. I'm a custodian at a local school and all we use anymore is the nitrile to avoid any contamination from the latex, which a decent amount of kiddos have an allergy of.
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You guys have recommendations for good nitrile gloves or are they all about the same?
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Nitrile gloves are a better bet. Latex has the potential to cause allergic reactions.
Gives my hands bumps between my fingers. And the itch YUK
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You guys have recommendations for good nitrile gloves or are they all about the same?
I like U-Line. They have lots of kinds
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You guys have recommendations for good nitrile gloves or are they all about the same?
I've bought these on the recommendation from Brethren. Very happy with them and they have the XL.

http://www.mohawkmedicalmall.com/exa...ile-gloves.php
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Thanks everyone Got them off Amazon.
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