Rated 1 out of 5Â by Dannyboy59 Tear very easy
Normally use these gloves when tiling and these are the worst I've come across. Tear very easy, constantly changing them. Ive been getting through 15+ pairs a day. Won't be buying again.
4 Jul 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Timmity Cheaper than the latex version
These are a couple of pounds cheaper than the latex gloves by cleangrip and just as good in my opinion. I've used both. I like the fact you can get them in medium. Often you can only get gloves in large and they're often too loose for me. Like an other reviewer I've probably spent hundreds of pounds on these over the last few years but worth it. My hands get dry and sore if I don't wear them.
1 Jun 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by NeillC cheap and does the job
Good, cheap disposable gloves. You can reuse them for small jobs two or three times before they rip. I use them when french polishing and I'm constantly taking them off/on between coats.
My only gripe is the powder, is dries the skin and can become itchy..
11 May 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Love2build Forget rough hands
I've bought so many packs of these over the years it must run into hundreds of pounds, but they are worth every penny.
We look after our feet, heads, and knees. But we
builders should look after our hands too.
Use these for no more rough hands from a hard days building work, no dried up hands when plastering, no painted up hands, no wet or stained hands coming through from your wet working gloves.
Also keeps my steering wheel clean on the van and a happy wife at home due to my soft clean hands!
Tip.... go for the largest size so they can taken off without tearing and be re-used again & again
5 Dec 2015