Do you know when you need a palm coated work glove?
Palm coated work gloves are a cost-effective alternative to leather, but they have a few
more benefits. This blog looks at some of those benefits and provides glove suggestions.
1. You Need Good Grip in Slippery Situations:
It’s a problem as old as time: having good grip when you’re working in wet and oily
conditions. Any mechanic or roughneck can confirm this.
The odds are against you when you’re up against oils and greases. The good news is that
palm-coated gloves can noticeably improve your grip. When choosing a glove coating for these
conditions, choose micropore nitrile. This style of nitrile glove has millions of tiny pores
in the coating that create a suction on wet surfaces.
2. You’re Tired of Getting Jabbed and Stabbed:
Why is it that something as small as a splinter can feel like you’ve met with the wrong end
of a porcupine? If you’re regularly facing puncture risks like splinters or glass shards,
palm coatings will improve your day.
3. You Want Some Flexibility Plus Protection:
We mentioned in the side note above that polyurethane isn’t great for oils and greases, but
when you need protection and flexibility, polyurethane is your best option.
The coating protects your palms and the thumb crotch area, which are at a higher risk of
cuts. And, with three open fingertips on each hand, you can work on a wide range of projects
without taking off or changing gloves.
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