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Sanitation nuts friend
from Mount Prospect, IL
About Me Budget Buyer
Comments about Plastic Gloves - Pack Of 100:
Used while cleaning; used for food preparation
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Ewa Beach, HI
About Me Brand Buyer
I use these in the kitchen for handling raw meat, cleaning the sink, disinfecting surfaces, looking through the trash if something dropped or was thrown away by accident and picking up anything yucky, sticky or buggy off the floor that I don't want my hands getting dirty. I use it in the laundry room to place soiled clothes in the washer like underwear. I also use vinyl gloves to do more heavy duty cleaning or for medical purposes but refer to these plastic ones since they're cheaper for other stuff I mentioned earlier. It is a wonderful product however it is rather large and comes off easily as I have small hands and would like if it would come in a smaller size.
Protect your hands
from West Columbia SC
do not edit the review please
You change my review, only published part of what I wrote and It was not the date you posted I just reviewed it 2 weeks ago. I wrote that the description you have of the item is not the real one. You have"one size fit most" but actually the size is large, is printed on the back of the package.If were one size fit most would be not that big. The gloves would be smaller.This is not a review por posting, is to tell you; the company because I am not going to waste my time calling back to give notice. It is easier to change the descripton of the item than edit the review of the customer and post whatever is the convinience. Thanks.
I have bought this in the past but I think from a different supplier which stay fitted all the time. I won't buy it again. The descripcion does not match ("one size fits most") what it says in the package "Size Large" and it was meant to be.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Phila, PA
These plastic gloves come in handy. I often use them for yard work instead of my garden gloves.
Too Thin For Practical Use
from Portland, OR
This type of inexpensive glove is usually thin, which is to be expected. The plastic on this glove seems much thinner than usual, and it tears very easily.
Plastic Gloves: Sad to report...
from Kansas City, MO
Disappointed to say that these are nowhere near the quality of this type of glove that I've previously ordered from Miles Kimball. They are difficult to open in order to insert one's hand and are extremely thin.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
What I'm Looking For: Cheap & Disposable
from East Lansing, MI
I've bought these gloves for at least 10 years - mainly for use in the kitchen. Helps to keep meat bacteria from spreading to uncontaminated areas. Also keeps meat bacteria from getting under your fingernails and contaminating everything you touch! I sometimes use the gloves when cleaning the toilet. It's true, these gloves have gotten more flimsy as time goes by - what item hasn't lost quality (or gone up in price) these past few years? But I have NEVER had a glove split open as soon as I put it on my hand, and I have wide hands. I have to really tug on a glove in order for it to tear or split open. I have short fingernails - that may help. I bought a bag for a friend with the order I placed today.
Weak, rip easily & often immediately
from SLC, UT
I bought these to use to apply lotion--not a heavy-duty job--but they rip so easily that they soemtiems rip at the seam just putting them on. It is not because they are too small or I am rough, they are just cheap. I would not receommend them as they cannot be relied upon to complete even one light0duty task.