cotton gloves offer protection and comforting care for the sensitive hand skin but may not be strong enough to handle work with rough or sharp materials
LEATHER HAND GLOVE
Leather gloves are capable of standing up to some of your most rigorous tasks. Leather helps protect workers' hands from exposures to cold, heat, abrasion and impact. It also offers dexterity and breathability. These characteristics make leather an ideal choice for work gloves
Latex gloves are natural material, made out of rubber. They are a popular choice of protective glove for medical or industrial use. The primary reason people would choose an alternative to latex is because many people suffer from latex allergies. When allergy is not a concern, latex does have a slight advantage with comfort and dexterity over nitrile gloves
LATEX COATED PALM GLOVE
A latex palm coating typically have higher elasticity than other coating materials as well as one of the best grips of many other palm coatings as well. Latex palm coatings make for very versatile work gloves because they can withstand extreme temperatures, resist common chemicals like alcohols and some ketones, and has great tear resistance. It does not perform well with hydrocarbon and organic solvents like gasoline. However, due to allergy problems, sometimes this options has to be eliminated.
CUT RESISTANT GLOVE
Cut-resistant gloves are a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) specifically designed to protect hands from cuts or lacerations due to contact with various cutting machines, equipment, tools, or sharp-edged items such as knives, blades, metals, glass, or ceramics.
Cut-resistant gloves are made of special composite materials in combination with stainless steel mesh, fiberglass, and synthetic high-performance yarns.
A rubber glove is a glove made out of rubber. Rubber gloves can be unsupported (rubber only) or supported (rubber coating of textile glove). Its primary purpose is protection of the hands while performing tasks involving chemicals. Rubber gloves can be worn during dishwashing to protect the hands from detergent and allow the use of hotter water. Sometimes caregivers will use rubber gloves during the diaper changing process to prevent contact with the child's fecal material/urine. Health professionals use medical gloves rather than rubber gloves when performing surgical operations.