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100-Pack Ammex Medium Powder-Free Vinyl Disposable Gloves [amazon.com]
$3.31 (w/ < 5 S&S, 5%)
$3.13 (w/ 5+ S&S, 10%)

100-Pack Ammex Large Powder-Free Vinyl Disposable Gloves [amazon.com]
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$3.48 (no S&S)

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I don't know if comparing to nitrile gloves is totally fair. These are the kinds that are a little loose on your hand (usually what food service people use, I think) versus nitrile which are form fitting and give you a lot more tactile feel. That said, still a good price for what they are.
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This is just an OK deal...on just OK gloves. I bought these last July for $2.73 with S&S. The gloves are OK for one time, light duty use...like where you are handling food or really greasy mechanical jobs...then throw away. About 20% of the gloves rip upon initially putting them on...despite how careful one is.
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Seems to be a pretty good price with free shipping. HF has the 3-mil 100pck of nitrile gloves for about $8, down to about $6ish (plus tax) with the standard coupon. This is about half of that.
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Seems to be a pretty good price with free shipping. HF has the 3-mil 100pck of nitrile gloves for about $8, down to about $6ish (plus tax) with the standard coupon. This is about half of that.
I don't know if comparing to nitrile gloves is totally fair. These are the kinds that are a little loose on your hand (usually what food service people use, I think) versus nitrile which are form fitting and give you a lot more tactile feel. That said, still a good price for what they are.
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I don't know if comparing to nitrile gloves is totally fair. These are the kinds that are a little loose on your hand (usually what food service people use, I think) versus nitrile which are form fitting and give you a lot more tactile feel. That said, still a good price for what they are.
Literally popped in to ask this exact question lol. Thanks!
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I don't know if comparing to nitrile gloves is totally fair. These are the kinds that are a little loose on your hand (usually what food service people use, I think) versus nitrile which are form fitting and give you a lot more tactile feel. That said, still a good price for what they are.
I thought the vinyl ones are more rubbery than the food service gloves, which usually are made of thin plastic (similar to the produce bags at the grocery store). I agree that nitrile is more form fitting though and better than vinyl.
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This is just an OK deal...on just OK gloves. I bought these last July for $2.73 with S&S. The gloves are OK for one time, light duty use...like where you are handling food or really greasy mechanical jobs...then throw away. About 20% of the gloves rip upon initially putting them on...despite how careful one is.
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Large is $3.48, not $3.18.

These are 74% cheaper, polyethylene, no smells or residues: https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-1000...2209984153
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i buy the gloves from costco. it's a 2pk of 200 for $20 if i remember right. I don't know the qualities of these but these are a lot cheaper. I just looked at pictures from amazon and these are a lot thinner.
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Be warned these gloves are not meant to be stored for over a month or so before use. I bought these the last deal and went to use them about 2 months later and they developed a very nasty smell to them.
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Be warned these gloves are not meant to be stored for over a month or so before use. I bought these the last deal and went to use them about 2 months later and they developed a very nasty smell to them.

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I bought similar ones a few years ago, and they're great for oil changes, car detailing, cleaning your wheels, etc. Prior to using these, I'd polish my wheels and washing off the chemicals/brake dust was impossible without a wash brush. Thanks OP.
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decent price. these go for about $4.00 to $5.00 at my local restaurant depot.

i much prefer latex or nitrile gloves for food prepping.
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I bought the same vinyl gloves a few months ago just to try them out. They would tear a lot more easily than any nitril gloves of any brand I had had.

Fyi, I primarily use the gloves when working on my cars and motorcycle.

My box of vinyl gloves is sitting in the garage when my wife and kids want to do some light yard work.
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Vinyl is terrible for food service. They have a very rubber scent and leave residue on everything you touch.

The loose fitting food service gloves are polyethylene. These gloves do not leave any traces on the surfaces they contact. Many chemicals also will eat right through vinyl.

Nitrile is also good for food service if they are powder free. They leave minimal scent, especially if you wash the gloved hands first.

I prefer nitrile because you have much better dexterity than the loose fitting polyethylene and does not smell as much as vinyl. Nitrile are also resistant to more cleaning chemicals.
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