Ammex 4 mil powder-free Nitrile Exam Gloves are three times more puncture resistant than latex of the same thickness. Non-latex nitrile exam gloves reduce allergic reactions. Gloves come 50 pairs per box.
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4 mil glove thickness
Low Modulus Synthetic Film
Textured Palm and Fingers
No Natural Rubber Latex Eliminates the Risk of Developing Latex Sensitivity
Maximizes Comfort, Tactile Sensitivity, and Protection
Fully Textured From Wrist to Fingertips Provides Greater Gripping Characteristics
Eliminates Aerosolization of Glove Powder and Powder Associated Transfer of Chemical Allergens
what MIL thickness are these gloves?
Sorry, that information is not listed anywhere, looked at the box but it doesn't say what MIL thickness they are.
Will these gloves work with the varnish remover and not dissolve?
They are better by far than Latex but any solvent will eventually eat them up. I consider them disposable and change them often. Some days I go through lots of gloves
I have not used them with varnish removers but have used them with a wide variety of finishes, oils, and petroleum based solvents including the solvents used in spar varnish and they hold up just fine.Mark
Hello, I don't know about varnish remover but I use mine with 80% alchohol,epoxy ,laquer thinner and acetone.
Thank you for your answer. It helps a lot.
Sorry Rita, I haven't exposed these gloves to varnish remover, so I can't answer your question.
ATTN. WILL GATES OR ANDY SHAW
I wouldn't use them for that. They will start to dissolve I use them when we lay fiberglass on boat repairs.
I have had both the nitrile gloves and latex gloves breakdown using various paint thinners and solvents. I've used thicker rubber gloves and they seem to hold up ok.
Better than latex
These are much better than latex and vinyl. I do wish that thet were a tiny bit heavier.
Face it, there are no comfortable gloves. They all make my hands sweat and if I wear them very long, shrivel. These gloves are no worse in that regard than any others. They are more comfortable than vinyl gloves.These gloves are perfectly adequate for painting and varnishing but a little fragile for epoxy work. I frequently tear them.I usually wear medium, but need large in this glove.
Gloves for epoxy work
I was looking for a comfortable glove that provided ability to maintain sense of feel, good grip, and protection from uncured epoxy. This glove has met all those criteria. I thought the gloves would be a bit longer to provide more wrist protection, but have had no problems.
These gloves work nicely for all of the commonshop chores such as painting and use of adhesives.Great grip/no slip and generally do not tear.One other use that I have in restoration work is protection of the hands during glazing of old wooden sashes. These gloves work as well as unprotected hands, a major plus.
With these Gloves, my Hands don't get covered in Body Filler. Once I've finished applying the Filler, I simply remove the Gloves, and my Hands are almost as clean, as if I hadn't done anything.
Metuchen, New Jersey
The gloves are good and I've started using them for all sorts of messy work that I hadn't bothered using gloves for in the past. Price is right. I'm 6'3, 250+ and found them a little tight. Hard to put on if your hands are wet - i.e., from sweating in the last pair.
My favorite work gloves
Nitrile gloves are the way to go when you need hand protection. I use them in the garage when servicing autos- around the house when painting, varnishing, etc. It is a not much fun to have stained hands, greasy, grimy fingers, etc. after doing the chores. the gloves are much tougher than latex. I always keep a box in the shop.