For those of you who work in the valeting industry and require suitable hand protection when performing your day-to-day task, look no further the range of valeting gloves here Easy Gloves. Our valeting gloves are ideal for tasks relating to washing client cars (indoor and outdoor) without compromising injury, dexterity, or control. Our valeting gloves range are comfortable, will no doubt make your duties more hygienic, and will enhance the presentation of your work - something which is essential for valeting applications.
At Easy Gloves, we understand the need for proper protective wear when performing your valeting duties. Hand injuries are one of the most common types of workplace injury and they are also one of the most easily avoidable. With this in mind, we stock a wide range of car valeting gloves from the heavily sought after waterproof variant, effective for when you utilise jet washers, to abrasion/scratch resistant variations. Our car valeting gloves are ideal for inspection of product, valeting and working within hygiene guidelines for various industries and are, of course, very much affordable.
Easy Gloves prides itself on offering the best possible level of customer service. For more information about our selection of car valeting gloves regarding sizing, styles and general advice, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today. We're more than happy to help!
Nitrile gloves top the list of the best valeting gloves, as despite their thinness, they’re incredibly strong and have brilliant resistance to punctures and chemicals. Cleaning fluids containing chemicals are used often in the valeting industry. So it’s best to use a pair of gloves that won’t snap when exposed to them and continue to protect your hands.
Using gloves that aren’t intended for valeting can leave your hands vulnerable to exposure to potentially harmful chemicals, as well as make the cleaning process far more difficult.
The primary reason valeters wear gloves is to protect their hands from chemical burns that can occur as a result of exposure to potentially harmful cleaning fluids. Gloves maintain sanitation and protect the hands, so valeters must wear them.