Household Rubber Gloves

Reusable gloves provide a barrier to infection as well as to irritants such as cleaning chemicals and can serve as alternative to disposable gloves. They can be cleaned with an antibacterial wipe, a cloth soaked in disinfectant or soap and water. The gauntlet design ensures you have that extra bit of protection when you need it most.
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1. Do Household Rubber Gloves Prevent Electric Shocks?
Rubber does not conduct electricity and will help you avoid getting shocked.

2. How long do Household Rubber Gloves last?
Thicker household gloves such as the Marigold Extra Life Kitchen Gloves provide more protection and will last longer than the average household rubber gloves. Thinner gloves such as The Household Rubber Glove are perfect for day to day activities such as cleaning and washing up.

3. What other uses can you use Household Rubber Gloves for?
Household rubber gloves are not only used for day to day household activities, they can be used for many other uses too, such as:

  • Opening jars - Simply put a rubber glove on your hand before twisting, the additional grip will give you better leverage on the jar cap.
  • Remove Pet Hair from Upholstery - This is an easy and cheap way for removing pet hair from upholstery. All you need is a pair of household rubber gloves. Slide them on, give your sofa (or car interior) a good rub down and the hair will stick to the glove. To remove the fur from your glove, plunge your gloved hand in water, the hair will unstick and float to the top for you to easily gather and dispose of.
  • Rubber bands - When household rubber gloves are past their prime they can be used to make excellent rubber bands. Due to the strength on the rubber they can make very durable bands which can be useful for many household tasks.