Vinyl Gloves

Vinyl Gloves

Vinyl gloves are practical for everyday protection; they're economical, versatile, and ready for quick jobs. These clear, disposable PVC gloves are a popular choice for low-risk tasks, from medical exams to food prep and cleaning. Choose UniSafe Gloves for great gloves at competitive prices.

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Disposable Vinyl Gloves Made Without Natural Latex

Vinyl gloves are smooth, disposable gloves made from a synthetic material called PVC vinyl. They contain no natural rubber latex, making them appropriate for those concerned with latex allergies. 

A vinyl glove is a cost-effective option when the task at hand is less dependent on toughness and chemical resistance. These protective gloves can have a somewhat snug, comfortable fit, and they’re easy to don and doff – but they may not feel as form-fitting, strong, or stretchy as other disposable gloves like nitrile and latex. 

What are Synthetic Vinyl Gloves Used For?

Professionals use vinyl gloves for tasks like food preparation, medical, dental, and veterinary exams, childcare, and cleaning. They're a comfortable, affordable, and dependable tool to protect your hands, while cutting down on wash time and keeping things clean.

  • Healthcare: Practitioners wear vinyl exam gloves for a gentle touch in sensitive procedures.
  • Food Service: Vinyl food service gloves are FDA-accepted for chefs and servers handling food.
  • Cleaning and janitorial: Vinyl cleaning gloves are safe for many everyday cleaning tasks.
  • Childcare & Schools: Ideal for caregivers during snack time and diaper changes.
  • Law Enforcement and Corrections: For crime scenes, light searches, and handling evidence.
  • Dental Offices: Dentists and hygienists may wear them for protection during check-ups.
  • Emergency & Fire Services: In urgent situations, they can be put on quickly.
  • Veterinary Clinics: Vets and staff use them when examining and treating animals.

How to Buy Vinyl Gloves

The nature of your job will help you decide which type of glove is best for you. While a thicker glove offers a high level of protection, a thinner one provides enhanced tactile feedback. With powder-free vinyl gloves, the manufacturing powder has been removed to make them safer for food service and medical environments. Consider a few key factors when choosing your glove:

  • Thickness: Measured in 'mil,' the thickness of a glove can influence its strength and sensitivity. We offer vinyl gloves in 4mil for excellent tactile sensitivity and 5mil for enhanced durability.
  • Fit and Comfort: When your disposable gloves are too tight, you restrict movement; when they're too loose, you might compromise precision. To find your best fit use our glove size guide.
  • Manufacturing Process: Disposable gloves are designed in different ways to customize the glove's material for special features, like our Reflex vinyl medical-grade gloves, which are more form-fitting and stretchier than the ordinary vinyl synthetic exam glove.
  • Color and cuff design: Most vinyl gloves are clear, which is often preferred for a cleaner and more hygienic look and because they don't draw attention. A beaded cuff makes the glove stronger and easier to put on, and can help prevent drips.

UniSafe Gloves: Bulk Vinyl Gloves at Wholesale Prices

At UniSafe Gloves, our humble beginnings started with door-to-door sales – where we learned the importance of listening and delivering value. Our mission as a small business is simple: to provide professionals with good gloves at good prices. Quality and affordability are not mutually exclusive. With UniSafe, you're not just buying gloves; you're making a calculated decision to get the most out of your money, from a partner you can count on.

Join our customers in saving hundreds (or thousands) of dollars annually by investing in quality gloves. Order your first box of vinyl gloves today and experience the UniSafe Gloves difference.

Vinyl Glove FAQs

Nitrile Glove FAQs

What Are Vinyl Gloves?

Vinyl gloves are synthetic gloves made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). These one-time-use gloves can be a cost-effective alternative to latex and nitrile gloves. This is especially true for individuals with latex allergies, as they are made without natural rubber latex. Vinyl gloves are commonly used in various industries for tasks that require barrier protection without as much tactile sensitivity.

Are Vinyl Gloves Food Safe?

Yes, powder-free vinyl gloves are generally deemed safe for food handling and preparation. To ensure food safety, they can provide an effective barrier against contaminants.

Are Vinyl Gloves Chemical Resistant?

Vinyl gloves are generally less chemical resistant than other types of disposable gloves. Always consult UniSafe's chemical resistance chart and consider factors like permeability, chemical combinations, chemical concentrations, temperature, contact duration, and glove thickness before use. For optimal safety, we recommend testing the glove first.

Are Vinyl Gloves Oil Resistant?

Vinyl gloves are resistant to certain oils, including human body oils, which makes them suitable for some healthcare applications. They are also resistant to fixed oils (olive oil, coconut oil, argan oil, and jojoba oil) that are commonly used in food service, cosmetics, and healthcare settings.