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*Found* - Wife is looking for tight fitting gloves

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  • May 23rd, 2021 11:17 pm
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*Found* - Wife is looking for tight fitting gloves

We are looking for some tight fitting nylon type gloves for food prep,maybe in a small/extra small size,mainly for doing meatloaf.I already have a box of "one size fits all",but they are too big for her(cook) and keep falling off.U-Line has some we like,but they need a 2 box order and charge $17.50 shipping,which is too much.Amazon don't really have anything,mostly too large a size.Wher to buy elsewhere in Canada? Thanks.
Last edited by Huck50 on May 3rd, 2021 5:06 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Deal Addict
Jan 10, 2009
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Toronto
Just wash your hands, you don't need gloves. And unless you're going to wash the gloves there's no guarantee they're sterile anyway.
Deal Expert
Feb 7, 2017
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We buy our disposable gloves @ Cdn Tire
For various jobs around the house
And as PPE since Covid

Frank brand are reasonably priced
They have Vinyl / Nitrile or Latex
Not sure of what sizes they stock exactly tho
I don’t think they are just One Size
We typically have bought in person
And I seem to recall us trying to decide between M or L
They come in boxes of 50 or 100

Downside ... Cdn Tire website is less than perfect
So you might have to wait until the store is open again to shop in person
That’s if you live in Ontario
[OP]
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Jul 14, 2017
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Canada
PointsHubby wrote: We buy our disposable gloves @ Cdn Tire
For various jobs around the house
And as PPE since Covid

Frank brand are reasonably priced
They have Vinyl / Nitrile or Latex
Not sure of what sizes they stock exactly tho
I don’t think they are just One Size
We typically have bought in person
And I seem to recall us trying to decide between M or L
They come in boxes of 50 or 100

Downside ... Cdn Tire website is less than perfect
So you might have to wait until the store is open again to shop in person
That’s if you live in Ontario
I have those 'Frank" brand and they are,at least the ones I have are "one size fits all',which are way too big for her. Maybe CT carry smaller sizes..I will check...Thanks
Deal Fanatic
May 22, 2003
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Vancouver
I find the nitrile medical gloves fit tighter than the regular latex/vinyl gloves
[OP]
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Jul 14, 2017
276 posts
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Canada
I found some at CTC...curbside pickup tomorrow.Thanks
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
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notenoughsleep wrote: I find the nitrile medical gloves fit tighter than the regular latex/vinyl gloves
Are people using other things?

I know some people use those cheap plastic gloves, but I hate the fitment and how fragile they are.
Latex I haven't seen in a LONG while because of allergies and vinyl tears too easily.

Nitrile is the way to go.

I buy mine at Costco but since the pandemic they rarely have stock so I always buy a 2 pack (150x2) for $30.
I miss the pre pandemic where they were $18.

They come in 3 sizes.
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Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
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Apr 7, 2011
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I get the mid grade nitrile gloves. They're sized so you can get them sized for small hands.

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