Blog Articles

Jan 22nd 2014

The Best Safety Gloves For Chefs and Bartenders

Under California's new food safety law, restaurant workers who handle food that will be served uncooked must wear gloves. Not only cooks, but bartenders who handle ice or fruit garnishes will be affected. And of course sushi chefs. While the effectiveness of the law will be debated for a long time, we'd like to concentrate on the best types of gloves for the workers and how many they will us … read more
Nov 13th 2013

The Best Gloves for the Cuts, Abrasions, and Chemical Hazards

There are a thousand type of work gloves on the market these days. Gloves for highly specialized manufacturing and general assembly, and gloves to keep you from developing calluses on your hands while digging a hole. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. The more you know about gloves, the easier it is to find the one that will work best for the type of work you do. The fir … read more
Aug 22nd 2012

Glove Safety - Finding the Right Glove for Your Industry

Gloves used to be easier. There was generally only one size. They either fit, or they didn't. They either worked, or you didn't wear them. These days there are more choices, and it's a good thing because OSHA requires hand protection as part of safety standard 29 CFR 1910.138. The Bureau of Labor Statistics places injuries to the hands, wrists, and fingers as the second-highest of … read more
May 7th 2012

The Greatest Pair of Gloves Ever

The ATG G-Tek MaxiFlex Ultimate Nitrile-Coated Gloves are possibly the greatest gloves ever, if you believe the people who have taken the time to write reviews to our site. Even the titles of their reviews are very positive - "The Bomb Gloves" (not sure what that means, but the rest of the five-star review is exceedingly positive), "Awesome" writes Will from Hell, Michigan, "Best Light Work … read more