Natural Latex Gloves Pair
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Rating: 4.7

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(4.7 out of 5, based on 12 reviews)

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Rating: 5

Extremely handy

posted 5 years ago

I've been using Latex gloves for years. I have always used them to do dishes. Now, I use them to clean the toilet and scour the sinks. I also use them when I wash the litter pan.

They keep my hands from getting dishpan hands.

The only downfall is that after I use them, my hands smell for a little while. But hey, I can deal with that better than having dry, chapped and cracked hands.

Pros: Multi-use

Cons: leave a smell on your hands

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Rating: 4

Not very impressed

posted 5 years ago

The latex gloves are more durable than other type but I do not like how my hands get all sweaty and itchy. I guess I might have a mild case of latex alergy. I prefer the very thin gloves, so that I can feel my hands more. They are great for gardening though.

Pros: Durable

Cons: Make my hands itchy

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