Thursday, 21 March 2019
We believe that it is our responsibility to take the time to find vegan-friendly gloves on your behalf. The industry is starting to grow, with variations of wool and leather starting to appear in work, winter and gardening gloves. We've created this little article giving you an Introduction to Vegan Gloves, helping you understand which gloves are vegan, which aren't, and what to look for when buying your vegan gloves.
Thursday, 14 March 2019
Out of all our gloves, it's heat resistant gloves that you'll want to trust most. Whether you work in foundry with heat that could burn through metal, or you're a chef who will be taking hot trays from the oven, you'll expect that the heat-resistant gloves that you are wearing will protect you from burns. This article quickly explains what EN standards are before giving you the lowdown on EN 407 so you are less likely to put the wrong glove into a molten furnace!
Wednesday, 13 March 2019
When you buy your disposable gloves you'll want to make sure that you buy the correct glove with the correct material for you. We've devised this short guide explaining the benefits of our top-selling disposable glove materials - latex, nitrile and vinyl. To help you make your choice we've outlined the pros and cons of each material, explaining which task that material is suitable for, and providing you with a few pointers on our top-recommended product for that choice.
Wednesday, 20 February 2019
With well over 2000 pairs of high-quality gloves, it can be difficult to find your perfect pair. With our new Product Finder, you can find the ideal gloves for any situation without having to trawl through hundreds of listings. Simply choose the use and the type of glove that you would like and see the most relevant products that we have to offer.
Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Two gloves that are causing ripples across the glove market are the Ejendals Tegera 295 Gloves and the Skytec Argon Gloves. Both protect your hands from the cold and wet, keeping your hands warm and snug, and offering enough protection that you can work on outdoor tasks with your hands safely protected inside your gloves. If you're in the group of people wondering which one of these top-selling gloves to buy, then this comparison guide will hopefully shed some light and make your decision easier.
Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Many of us feel that a tea towel or cloth is all that we need to retrieve a hot pan from the oven, but for professional kitchens and cooking enthusiasts, this simply won't cut it. Oven gloves are gloves designed to be used to handle hot items, perfect for people working in the food industry and also for other businesses that utilise ovens. It doesn't end there though, so we'll provide a quick breakdown to truly answer the question: What Are Oven Gloves?
Tuesday, 27 November 2018
When selecting the right gloves for you, your main consideration should be the protection they provide, and how well they're suited to your particular application. It doesn't end there, though, as perhaps the most important thing to do when buying your gloves is to make sure you've selected the right size. While we try to make this as simple as possible here at SafetyGloves.co.uk, we thought we'd provide a quick breakdown to show you How to Measure Your Hands for Gloves.
Friday, 23 November 2018 | Admin
Are you looking for a pair of long washing up gloves? If so, you've come to the right place. At SafetyGloves.co.uk, we take your safety seriously, which is why we've written a blog about what our Best Washing Up Gloves are!
Friday, 2 November 2018
Once the temperatures begin to drop, outside work quickly becomes a lot more challenging than it is in the warmer months. Whether you work in outdoor construction or carpentry, forestry, landscaping, or fishing, you know how important it is to keep your body warm and comfortable throughout the day. If you follow these few basic guidelines that we've prepared, you can keep your body in optimal condition even in freezing weather.
Thursday, 18 October 2018
If you work with concrete breakers, hammer drills, chipping hammers, chainsaws and any other piece of equipment that causes high energy vibration, you're at risk of developing Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS). Initially known as Vibration White Finger (VWF), the government have estimated that there are up to 288,000 suffers in the UK alone. This article explains the dangers of HAVS, demonstrating who should be concerned, and what steps you can take to prevent it.