How to choosing the best cotton working gloves?
Do you need a seamless knit, or a cut and sewn glove. Seamless knits are better than cut and
sewn gloves for general purpose use. They are inexpensive and fit better. If you are using a
cut and sewn glove because that’s what you’ve always used.
If you’ve decided cotton gloves are really the best choice for your facility, you need to
decide the “gauge” ,meaning number of stitches per inch of the knit. The most common, and
least expensive gauge for cotton glove is 7-gauge.
For choosing the best possible general purpose cotton glove, you’ll want to look at
abrasion resistance, weight and price. Most of the time, purchasing agents look at what is
going to cost us. Fair enough, however, if your gloves are being replaced too often because
of premature wear, you are not actually saving anything. A good general purpose 7-gauge
cotton glove (with dots for enhanced grip). In the end, the heavier the weight of the glove
is, means it will last longer against than any other pair.
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