Synthetic Vinyl Gloves
- PRODUCED WITH 100% VINYL RESIN
- POWDER FREE
- 100% LATEX FREE
- 100% DEHP & DINP FREE
- STANDARD LENGTH (9.25″ +/- 0.25″)
- SMALL – EXTRA LARGE
- PACKED 100/BX 10BX/CS (1,000 PCS/CS TOTAL)
Synthetic Vinyl Gloves (Stretch Poly Disposable Gloves) provide unparalleled economy, functionality and value protection. These economy disposable gloves are widely used for all light duty protection environment. Our gloves are made from poly, a synthetic compound that is completely free of skin-irritating rubber proteins.
Protect yourself and your patients with premium vinyl gloves available at Yusu Glove. Our website offers a wide selection of latex free synthetic vinyl exam gloves for your everyday medical needs. Designed for maximal tactile sensitivity without the use of latex, our high performance vinyl gloves fit, feel great and are available in all sizes.
Stretch Vinyl Powder Free Exam Gloves are designed with new STRETCHY technology to improve the stretchy and elastic of vinyl gloves. These high quality vinyl gloves provide comfortable barrier protection and exceptional value. Its creamy color and new resin are an upgrade from regular vinyl gloves, giving these Stretch Vinyl Gloves the look and feel of latex without latex allergens. These economy disposable gloves are widely used for all light duty protection environment. Our gloves are made from 100% PVC, a synthetic compound that is completely free of skin-irritating rubber proteins.
100% Allergen Free
Powder Free vs Powdered Gloves
Powder Free gloves go through an extra process of chlorinating the gloves, making it easier to take the gloves on or off.
Powdered gloves are produced with a food grade corn starch powder, making it easier to take them on or off – especially with wet hands.
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act)
The FD&C Act is a set of laws passed by Congress in 1938 giving authority to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to oversee the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics. All Safety Zone glove components comply with the provisions of the FD&C Act, which allow repeated use in direct contact with food.