At Easy Gloves, we understand that those who deal with petrol on a regular basis need their hands to be protected at all times with petrol station gloves. Thankfully, you will find a wide range of petrol station gloves that are capable of protecting your hands from irritations, burns and chemical spillages. Browse our selection of petrol station gloves below and find your dream gloves today.
For those who deal with the transportation or re-filling of fuel tanks, you will need a suitable pair of petrol station disposable gloves that offer resistant properties against harmful chemicals, burn/flames, irritations, and other general heavy duty risks. Please note that the level of protection ranges from from glove to glove so be sure to check to see which glove is most suitable for your needs. You'll also be pleased to know that each variant of our petrol station disposable gloves offer superb levels of comfort so that you can operate in full confidence knowing that your hands will not be hindered by ill fitted gloves.
Our petrol station disposable gloves are selected for their flexibility, protection and dexterity. If you would like more information on our range of gloves, why not contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today. We're more than happy to help!
To protect your hands and skin, you should always wear a pair of gloves when using the facilities at a petrol station. These should be readily available to anyone who needs to fill up their car, as they can prevent irreversible damage to your skin. We suggest the use of polythene gloves or nitrile gloves. Both types work as a protective barrier between your skin and the petrol or diesel.
Petrol will not dissolve nitrile gloves, as the material has a superior chemical resistance. Therefore, they are the optimal choice for petrol station gloves.
When your skin comes into contact with petrol, it can cause severe skin issues. If exposed for a short time, the skin becomes dry and cracked. However, burns can develop if the skin is in contact with petrol for prolonged periods. If your skin regularly comes into contact with petrol, you may find that eczema and dermatitis begin to develop.