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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Safeguard Nitrile Disposable Gloves

Safeguard Nitrile Food Grade Medium Gloves are powder and latex-free, making them ideal for sensitive or delicate hands. They are allergen-free and compliant with CFR 177.2600 for safe use in food handling. With textured fingers and a contoured fit, our gloves will meet all your meal prep needs in the safest and comfortable manner.



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Product details



  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 4.8 x 2.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, the item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping.

  • ASINB014TFXA2Q
  • UPC: 815797013122
  • Item model number: H&PC-72370



  • Latex and powder-free for sensitive hands or foods
  • Durable, highly elastic, and puncture-resistant
  • Ambidextrous, textured and contoured fingers for improved grip
  • Allergen-free, compliant with 21 CFR 177 for use in Food Service
  • 100 Blue medium gloves per box




Customer questions & answers




Where are they made?



It has a sticker that says "Made in PRC", so I have to guess China. The box also says "manufactured by SAFEGUARD, Lakewood, NJ". I have to say that regardless of where they were made, these are really good gloves.



Am I writing a review of disposable gloves on the Internet? Why yes. Yes, I am. Why, do you ask, am I doing this? Well... procrastination, mainly.

(Please read in your best Ron Swanson voice)
-These are gloves.
-They protect your hand from icky things like meat or cleaning supplies.
-They come in a cardboard box and you put them on your hand. They also come in many sizes. I bought a large one.
-They are blue.
-They are thin and you can use your phone with them. I discovered this on accident after not taking them off and answering a text... okay FINE I was scrolling my Kinzen news app. FINE, it was Imgur. Happy? My phone is now covered in a meat marinade. This is my fault—you don’t have to make the same mistakes I did. But you can if you want.
-If your hand is wet it is difficult to put the gloves on. This is also something I found out the hard way.
-If you don’t say something vaguely medical when putting on the gloves like “Scalpel” then you shouldn’t be allowed to order these.
-Repeat “two by two, hands of blue” as you wear them.
-Powder-free! But this does mean your hands get sweaty as you wear them. Knees weak. Mom’s spaghetti.

If you are still reading this review on disposable gloves you need to get back to work. Yes, I’m calling you (yes YOU!) out personally on this.




The orange gloves are “Gloveworks orange nitrile” which also were in my order through Amazon. The thinner blue ones (package shown) , I use to keep my hands clean when I wash food (especially chicken), chop up onions and garlic, or cook beets which stain the hands. Also useful in the nursery, pet care, or any caregiving. The thicker orange one I use when gardening and cleaning the car and house. It has gripping ‘bumps” on both sides so you can just put them on either hand. Both glove types easily fit either right or left hand. My hands are 8” around the knuckles and these gloves still fit perfectly. I can easily manipulate and feel what I am working with.
As long as your hands are dry they slip right on even though they have absolutely no irritating powder. They are easy to peel off too, starting at the wrist.
I reach for them all the time because I have sensitive skin. The ones sold at big box stores lack the above features, so I will order more of these.


thank you............



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