Automotive & Industrial

Disposable Mechanic Gloves

At UniSafe, our roots started in the auto repair world. Our founder, once a mechanic, saw the need for better gloves in the industry. Starting with door-to-door visits, we focused on offering mechanics what they truly needed: higher quality gloves at a much lower cost. Today, we’re proud to be a leading provider of high-quality, cost-effective nitrile and latex disposable gloves to automotive repair shops. 

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    Blue Powder Free Nitrile Gloves, Case

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Durable Nitrile Mechanics Gloves for Automotive Pros

UniSafe's nitrile mechanics gloves are built to be tough and long-lasting even in harsh environments. These gloves can protect your hands from minor cuts and scrapes, and also be flexible enough and strong enough for comfortable extended wear. They provide excellent resistance against punctures, rips, and tears when you’re working with sharp parts or tools. These are not your average doctor's office gloves; our collection is thoughtfully curated to offer unique qualities that you won't find in most other shops, especially at these prices.

  • Protects hands from many automotive fluids
  • Improves grip in slippery, greasy situations
  • Provides a clean and professional appearance
  • Prevents grease and dirt transfer to customers' cars
  • Helps mechanics avoid bringing grease and dirt home
  • Improves efficiency by reducing time spent washing hands between jobs

Reliable Grip and Protection

In automotive garages, a strong grip and reliable protection are non-negotiable. UniSafe’s Glovezilla, Black Python, and Copperhead nitrile gloves have raised diamond surfaces for a firm grip, even in oily situations, to prevent slips and enhance safety. These work gloves can have non-slip micro-textures or raised diamond grips to keep slippery tools firmly in your hand, no matter how greasy the job. 

Latex gloves can be a very good choice as well. Our Diamondback brand is among the best latex gloves for mechanics. Besides being thicker than the average medical glove and having a textured surface what really sets them apart is the special manufacturing process; these gloves are offline chlorinated which tightens the bonds between the latex molecules and is very rare to find in other latex gloves on the market simply because it is somewhat more costly for manufacturers. The result however is clearly a better feeling and longer lasting glove that is worth the extra cost over ordinary latex gloves.

Comfortable Dexterity and Precision

Precision is key in automotive and industrial tasks, and UniSafe’s gloves are designed to enhance just that. Despite their toughness, our industrial-grade disposable gloves offer a snug fit, for all-day dexterity. Our mechanics latex and nitrile gloves are ultra-touch sensitive for precision when handling small parts and for intricate tasks.

Choosing the Best Disposable Gloves For Mechanics

Disposable gloves are essential to keep mechanic’s hands clean and protected in automotive garages. Nitrile gloves, in particular, are a popular choice in automotive for their versatility and resistance to oil, grease, fuels, fluids, and other harmful chemicals. 

Our range of disposable gloves for working on cars is perfect for repairs like oil changes, brake jobs, and tackling greasy engine bays. When shopping for your automotive disposable gloves, consider your gloves thickness, texture, color, and fit for the right balance of protection and control. 

  • Thicknesses: The best rubber gloves for mechanics start at thicknesses from 5-6 mil, ideal for light-duty or intricate tasks that require maximum dexterity. For heavier duty jobs 7-15 mil gloves can offer even stronger durability and tear resistance in the automotive environment. Gloves in the range of 7 to 8.5 mil thick will be a bit more costly upfront but that will last longer and will still provide excellent dexterity.
  • Textures: The best gloves for mechanics have textured surfaces, which can be on the entire palm and fingers, or only on the fingertips. For the ultimate grip, our Glovezilla, Black Python, and Copperhead gloves feature a heavy-duty raised diamond texture which helps channel oils away.
  • Sizes: UniSafe Gloves offers latex and nitrile disposable gloves for mechanics in sizes small through XXL. In all sizes, our gloves fit snug all the way to the fingertips so detailed work is easy.
  • Black Mechanics Gloves: Many mechanics prefer black nitrile gloves because they look sleek and professional while hiding dirt and grease well. Other automotive professionals find it difficult to know when their black disposable gloves are dirty when cleaning, and opt for other colors like orange or blue that help them notice the grime.

Choosing Latex vs Nitrile Gloves for Automotive Work

When it comes to choosing gloves for automotive work, mechanics often debate between latex and nitrile options. Both have their unique advantages, but it's crucial to understand their differences to make the best choice for your garage. 

Latex Mechanic Gloves:

Automotive latex gloves, like those from Rampage, Cyborg, and Diamondback, are known for their superior elasticity and comfort, allowing for the precise movements and dexterity essential for intricate mechanical tasks. However, latex gloves may not be the best choice for those with latex allergies. And while they provide good protection against dirt and some chemicals, for mechanics, latex may not be as resistant to harsh solvents and oils commonly encountered in automotive work.

Not sure which latex glove to try out first for auto work? We recommend our Diamondback line. 

Nitrile Mechanic Gloves

Automotive nitrile gloves, on the other hand, like those from Pitbull, Copperhead, Glovezilla and Black Python, are synthetic and free from latex, making them a safer choice for individuals with latex allergies. Nitrile gloves are generally more resistant to oils, fuels, and a variety of chemicals, making them a preferred choice in automotive settings. While they may not offer the same natural softness and stretchiness as latex gloves, modern nitrile gloves are specially designed to provide a good balance of protection and dexterity.

Disposable Mechanic Rubber Gloves from UniSafe

At UniSafe Gloves, we're all about rolling up our sleeves and getting the job done right, just like you. We started from the ground up, learning the ropes through door-to-door sales, and we haven't forgotten what it's like to be in the trenches. That's why we're committed to providing the best disposable gloves for mechanics that don't just meet but exceed expectations. 

We know you need gloves that are tough and reliable, and you’re looking for the right glove at a good price. With UniSafe, you're not just buying auto repair gloves; we understand your work and respect your wallet. Try us on.