MaxiDry Liquid Repellant Glove

MaxiDry Liquid Repellant Glove

Many workers believe that they are properly protecting themselves by donning any sort of industrial work glove. However, for people who are working jobs where they are exposed to liquids such as coolants or engineering oils, the dangerous chemicals found in these fluids could be seeping through to your skin with the use of improper gloves.
While our skin has the ability to naturally repel water, it does not have the ability to repel these powerful oils, and they just soak right through the skin. Many people do not even realize that they are falling victim to this problem, so this week we want to make you aware of this problem, and point you to a protective solution.
Comfort over Function
Often times when people in the oil industry shop for gloves, they focus on finding comfortable and high grip gloves, and typically forget about the oil protection rating. Statistics show that up nearly 88% of people do not know that oil can be harmful to them. This ignorance shows why many oil industry workers opt for lightweight gloves that do not offer the proper protection.


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It is extremely important that workers do not sacrifice protection for comfort, because the effects of the oil can be devastating, even leading to the development of rheumatoid arthritis.
The Solution
We want to introduce you to the MaxiDry Liquid Repellant Glove. This revolutionary glove is extremely oil repellant while maintaining a thinness that offers both comfort and superb dexterity. The liquid repellant layer design that is built into this glove defends you from oils for up to 8 hours; nearly an entire work day.
Not only does this glove protect from oils, but it also incorporates many other features of nitrile-coated gloves including abrasion resistance, seamless liner, and excellent gripping capabilities.
These MaxiDry Gloves are well worth the investment for you and your employees, because they will shield against greater potential dangers that come with regularly handling industrial oils.

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