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In addition to the Vinyl Glove, we also have the Nitrile Glove and the Latex Glove. Both models are also used for practically the same purposes, however, they have specific characteristics that count a lot when choosing.
This is because the material they are made from is different from one another, making them offer different levels of strength and even the likelihood of developing allergies or sensitivity.
Latex Gloves, for example, have this type of problem. Even though it is the most affordable option among the three, it has the problem of sensitivity. Many people claim to have allergies or skin irritations when using natural latex, needing to opt for other versions.
This is the most common model of disposable gloves. Cheaper, but also less resistant among the three. Can be found with or without internal powder.
Nitrile Gloves are the opposite of latex. In addition to being the model in which there is a need for a greater investment, they are also the most resistant to small cuts and perforations among the three disposable gloves. Which ends up making it worthwhile.
In addition, they are also hypoallergenic, making them an excellent option for workers who are sensitive to natural rubber. This is due to the fact that this type of glove is produced in synthetic rubber, nitrile, which does not pose any health risks.
This is the model considered the most wear resistant among the three gloves we saw. It can even offer protection against corrosive products, something that the latex glove does not offer.