The tiling gloves stocked below offer exceptional levels of protection against roughness, soreness, irritation and any other general unwanted risk that is typically associated when handling/installing tiles. Our range of tiling gloves includes premium gloves that are perfect for a range of tiling activities, including flooring, bathroom and kitchen renovations. Browse our impressive range of tiling gloves today.
If you are someone who deals with handling tiles on a regular basis, you will certainly know the risks and possible injuries that can occur to your hands including cuts, roughness, and general soreness. To counter these problems, you will need an effective pair of protective tiling gloves which we can proudly supply to you. Our superb range of gloves for tiling work provides protection against cuts and other threats but also has the added bonus of improving your grip and comfortability levels. With these specially designed grip gloves, you are given a greater amount of control when handling tiles which will no doubt help prevent accidents and mistakes from occurring.
Our range of gloves for tiling work includes premium gloves that are perfect for a range of tiling activities, including flooring, bathroom and kitchen renovations. For more information about our gloves for tiling work regarding sizing, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today.
Tiles are notoriously slippery, so we recommend wearing tiling gloves to minimise the chances that you will drop and break a tile and possibly sustain damage to your hands. Tiles have sharp edges which could cut you, and the cement, grout and adhesive could cause burns and irritation to your hands. Wearing gloves will negate these possibilities.
We recommend our Pawa Nitrile Palm Coated handling gloves for their level 4 abrasion resistance and knitted technology that reduces hand fatigue and encourages dexterity. They’re also incredibly breathable and include a nitrile lining on the palm for added grip.
This refers to the level of protection gloves have from abrasion and is tested by placing the gloves on a wheel covered in abrasive paper and assessing how many cycles of abrasion it takes for a hole to form in the gloves. According to the EN 388:2016 rating chart, the highest level is 4, but the ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 chart shows the highest level to be 6. Here at Easy Gloves, we use the EN standards.