safety gloves

safety gloves cover the palms, thumbs, wrists, and arms to a certain degree, from minor injuries such as cuts, scrapes, punctures, and tears to serious wounds and injuries such as burns, depending on the extent of the gloves to the arms. They come unpowdered or powdered with corn starch to lubricate the gloves, making them easier to put on the hands.  The safety gloves are seen in the doctor’s office. However, this material is used to provide protection in the areas where there is exposure to rough objects, chips, blows, sparks, and moderate heat.

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