Disposable Vinyl Gloves Manufacturer
Enjoy unmatched comfort and safety with Amsafe’s Disposable Vinyl Gloves. With over 15 years of expertise in hand safety, our gloves are crafted from synthetic vinyl, offering an effective and economical solution for those seeking an alternative to latex and nitrile gloves. They are perfect for a range of applications including cleaning, food handling, and other non-medical uses.
Produced in our advanced factory equipped with six production lines, our capacity allows us to consistently deliver 150,000 pairs of high-quality gloves each day, meeting the diverse needs of our customers.
Amsafe’s Disposable Vinyl Gloves are a part of our comprehensive product range, each tailored to meet specific customer requirements. We offer free samples, fast shipping, and exceptional customer service to our B2B clients, including distributors, industrial companies, food service providers, and retailers worldwide.
Allergen-Free Solution: Safety for All
Realizing the prevalence of latex allergies and the discomfort they cause, Amsafe has designed Vinyl Disposable Gloves that are completely latex-free. This means that they are safe for all users, including those with latex allergies or sensitivities. But don’t mistake this for a compromise on protection.
Our gloves are meticulously designed to provide maximum protection against germs, chemicals, and other contaminants. You can perform your tasks without worrying about contact allergies or skin reactions. By offering this allergen-free solution, we reinforce our commitment to the safety and comfort of our customers.
Multipurpose Use: Versatility at its Best
Amsafe’s Disposable Vinyl Gloves are not just gloves, they are a reliable asset that adapts to your needs. They are thoughtfully designed for versatility, serving a wide range of applications with ease.
Whether you are a healthcare professional ensuring sanitary conditions, a food service worker maintaining food hygiene, or a homeowner doing cleaning chores, these gloves have you covered. Their robust construction withstands different tasks, offering reliable protection against contaminants and irritants. Moreover, their clear color and smooth finish make them unobtrusive, fitting seamlessly into any task or environment.
This multipurpose nature of our gloves means you have one less thing to worry about, knowing that Amsafe’s Disposable Vinyl Gloves can adapt to your needs.
Disposable vinyl gloves are often used in food service, cleaning, and other industries where light-duty tasks and short-duration use are common. They provide a barrier against dirt, grime, and some liquids.
Yes, vinyl disposable gloves are safe for many applications, including food service and cleaning tasks. However, they’re not recommended for handling strong chemicals or sharp objects as they offer less chemical and puncture resistance than nitrile or latex gloves.
Nitrile gloves are generally better than vinyl gloves in terms of puncture and chemical resistance. However, vinyl gloves can be a cost-effective choice for less hazardous, non-medical situations.
Latex gloves provide a better fit and feel than vinyl gloves and offer better puncture resistance. However, vinyl gloves are a suitable choice for people with latex allergies and are usually more cost-effective.
Vinyl gloves offer less puncture and chemical resistance than latex and nitrile gloves. Also, they provide less dexterity and may not fit as closely as latex or nitrile gloves. They’re also not biodegradable.
Vinyl gloves can provide a protective barrier for the skin against dirt, grime, and certain chemicals. However, they may not offer enough breathability for long-term use, potentially leading to sweaty or irritated skin.
It’s generally not recommended to wash and reuse disposable vinyl gloves because washing can deteriorate the material, reducing the glove’s effectiveness.
Vinyl gloves can provide a protective barrier for skin with eczema, potentially minimizing exposure to irritants. However, they may not be as breathable as other glove materials, which might exacerbate skin irritation.
While less common than latex allergies, some individuals may have a sensitivity or allergy to the synthetic materials used in vinyl gloves. If an allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use and switch to a different type of glove.
Nitrile gloves are generally considered the strongest disposable gloves in terms of puncture and chemical resistance.
Yes, vinyl gloves provide a basic level of protection for hands against dirt, grime, and some liquids. However, they offer less protection against chemicals and punctures compared to nitrile or latex gloves.
Poly gloves are often looser and less durable than vinyl gloves. They’re typically used for light-duty tasks in food service, like sandwich assembly, while vinyl gloves provide a tighter fit and can be used for slightly more demanding tasks.