Made from 100% latex rubber, latex gloves are your reliable hand protection solution. Strong, stretchable and affordable, these gloves remain a trusted tool for businesses and household use. Whether you require un-powdered or powdered gloves, we can provide for you thanks to our reliable next-day delivery.
Our cheapest option starts from £4.20 (Inc VAT) per 100 gloves. Read our Buyer's Guide to Latex Gloves for more information.
We offer both powdered and powder-free versions, with a wide variety of sizes on offer to meet all of your requirements. Latex disposable gloves are incredibly popular because of their ease of use. Simply remove a pair from your pack and slip them on. You can then use them until you are finished, putting them into the bin when you need to.
All of our latex work gloves come from the most well-regarded brands, including Aurelia so exceptional quality and performance are guaranteed with all of our products. Browse our latex-coated gloves now to take advantage of our competitive prices, with great prices and deals on offer. Alternatively, contact us today if you have any questions or would like to find out further information regarding our latex range. If you would like to ask any questions regarding disposable gloves, especially if you are not sure about what type of disposable glove would be best for you please feel free to get in touch with our team of experts. We would be more than happy to help and provide you with everything you need to know regarding which disposable glove you should pick.
Are Latex Gloves Reusable?
Latex is stretchy and puncture resistant when first removed from the packet, but over time, they can break down and snap unexpectedly. The initial signs of deterioration are often very difficult to see, as it merely begins as small holes that lead to an eventual break. Latex disposable gloves should be thrown away and replaced every couple of hours to avoid this possibility. They can not be washed either, as the chemicals from the soap and the sudden temperature of the water can cause the gloves to degrade and become more susceptible to breakage.
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What Are The Benefits?
Latex provides greater protection from bio hazardous risks whilst also offering superior elasticity and tensile strength. In addition, latex allows for increased user comfort as well as resistance to cuts and abrasions. As latex gloves are manufactured from a naturally occurring substance, they possess greater biodegradability properties which, as a result, is better for the environment than Vinyl and Nitrile gloves.
What Is The Difference Between Powdered & Powder-Free?
Some latex gloves are coated with a starched powder which can absorb sweat and make it easier to remove from the hand. However, it is important to note that powdered gloves can exacerbate allergic reactions which obviously is not ideal for those who are allergic to latex. So, if you notice redness or irritation, it’s best to look for a powdered free alternative.
What Is Latex?
There are two types of latex, natural and synthetic. Natural latex comes from rubber trees and is harvested from beneath the bark. But synthetic latex, which is far cheaper to make gloves from, is made of petroleum-based chemicals that create dried polymers to be rolled into sheets and cut.