ECO FRIENDLY KITCHEN PRODUCT: Recyclable and produced from renewable sugarcane bioplastic which leads to a net positive carbon footprint. Functionally durable,natural and sustainable alternative to petroleum based plastic food gloves which emit carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere. The ambidextrous design allows each glove to be used on either your left or right hand.
TOUCH SCREEN FRIENDLY HYGIENIC DESIGN: Our easy to carry around, recyclable plant-based food safe gloves can be easily used with smart phone or other touch screen devices without taking them off. They will also not irritate your skin as they don't contain latex, powder or any nasties. They are leak-proof, odourless, sturdy, tear and puncture resistant with strong seams for maximum durability.
CRUELTY FREE, BPA AND PHTHALATES FREE FOOD PREP GLOVES: No animal testing and manufactured from naturally occurring, renewable plant-based resources. Free from the five major hormone disrupting chemicals or endocrine disruptors namely: bisphenol A (BPA) , DEHA, DIBP, DBP, BBP.
ENHANCED PROTECTION FOR ALL: Our disposable plastic gloves leave no residue, reducing the risk of contamination. Keep your hands safe, protect your nails and delicate skin from germs, water, harsh materials, cleaning solutions with these latex free disposable gloves which are a great way for ensuring a safe, mess-free and hygienic experience. Can be used by both men and women while our small size gloves are also suitable for kids.
FOOD PREP GLOVES WITH MULTI FUNCTIONAL USE : Perfect hygienic product for food preparation and food handling in your kitchen, cafes, food delivery services, hotels, restaurants and professional catering outfits. Also suitable for use at petrol stations, everyday household tasks, hair dyeing, tattooing, arts and crafts. Go green with our vegan friendly eco gloves made from sugarcane bagasse today!!
II ordered Small size but think I should have gone for large as there is no Medium option. Gloves therefore a bit tight. Was hoping to get more than one use out of them but won’t as they are too tight. They seem quite sturdy enough for food preparation which is why I ordered them ( bad eczema on hands). I thought they might be bi- degradable/ compostable but nothing on pack to guide.
Work well and fit perfectly!
These gloves look and feel like plastic with a rubbery touch. This is what gives them that touchscreen-friendly attribute which I guess is only relevant in specific situations but it's an up on plastic!I use these gloves for cutting up beetroot and turmeric roots which stain my fingers otherwise. The grip on these are better than plastic ones however they feel like a little on the loose scale so intricate craftwork may not be possible. They are tougher than they sound and stretch a bit like plastic however a little weaker. Tiny dots scatter the surface of the gloves which add to the grip but also prevent the gloves slipping off your hands.The box is cardboard box and adds to this being very earth-friendly and if you have taken this route then these are an excellent option for being in line with a positive foot print.
Really great gloves, eco friendly and super nice in using.Soft, pleasant on hand and not an issue if using the phone while with gloves.The package is also very good made - lovely designed and may be kept even on the table, anywhere as it's a beautifully designed.The best thing, however, it is that gloves are disposable!!! 100% worth!
This item arrived safe and well packaged.These disposable gloves are quite comfortable to wear. They're sturdy enough to perform all regular kitchen tasks as that is where I have been using them.I have fairly large hands and these fit nicely.They also have some serious eco credentials, so it feels less guilty to use them.I highly recommend this product.
These gloves are really thin but nevertheless they don't break too easily and are therefore really useful to have in the kitchen to stop your hands stinking of garlic, for example!
These are really rather interesting. They are useful to have around the house, eco friendly being made of a plastic substitute, and you get plenty in the box.My only complaint is that they are really rather small, even though I do not have large hands, which makes them a bit uncomfortable to use for prolonged periods - good for quick jobs though and you can dispose of them with a clean conscience.
Reasonable thickness and such a good idea.As the small size is the same price as the large size it better to buy the large size for an adult and the small size for a child.
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The gloves have well thought of to be made from sugarcane bagasse which is eco friendly. Available in Small and Large size, recyclable.The small size won't fit and will be tight and eventually break. It will be tight around the fingers and uncomfortable.The large size will fit better and will offer more space and comfort. It is very useful to keep hands clean and protects against germs, bacterias. Maintain hygieneIt could be used on a daily basis with the chores and errands. It's a bit thin and will break if by mistake you scratch at something edgey or sharp surface.It could work provided you're careful and don't scratch it on a sharp surface.For the price of 11.99 for 100 pieces is alright. Need more durability.
S. J. Williams
My wife has quite bad dermatitis on her hands and these gloves have been effective for her in two ways. 1. for wearing over protective cotton gloves covering hands she has medicated with creams. these gloves have worked well at keeping her cotton gloves cleaner when doing household chores when ordinary rubber gloves create an excessively moist, sweaty feel. these have been much better. 2. to use while doing tasks that require some tactile responses, say, cooking, prepping food, art etc where rubber gloves feel clumsy.In both cases she has found these gloves very useful, certainly to be replaced when the box is empty. It should be noted that small really does mean small: its important to pay attention to sizing! I shall buy some larger ones for use when printing.Recommended.
The gloves come in a small recyclable cardboard box. Theres small press out tab on the front, so you can remove the gloves one by one, rather than opening the whole box up. You get 100 gloves in the box, that are completely clear and see through. Easy to put on and fit my hands okay, although the hand/palm bit seems really wide fitting, compared to the smaller/thinner finger fitting. They are sealed well at the seams, no gaps or holes anywhere. They can be worn on either hand. They are eco friendly and made from renewable plant based sugarcane bagasse. They are thin and lightweight, even allows you to work your mobile, or any touchscreen device, without having to take them off if needed. They are durable and havent had one split, break or have any water or cleaning chemicals seep through whilst wearing/using at all. No irritation or any discomfort to the skin. BPA and phthalates free. They are vegan friendly. Handy box of gloves if you're trying to be more eco conscious. Most people would probably prefer to get the large size though.
I got these gloves as they’re pretty useful to keep about for a variety of things - messy crafting, food prep (since they are food grade), keeping hands clean from petrol pumps, etc. I appreciated that they're eco friendly as most gloves aren't.I don’t really think I’d get them again. I have small - average sized hands for a woman, and I found that the fingers weren’t long enough at all. To allow for any sort of normal hand movement, I had to stretch the fingers down while they were on, which weakened them and resulted in little punctures and tears.If you do have small hands, or are buying for a child, these would be fine though. They’re waterproof, and not too thick. Thankfully, they’re also not too different to the general price range for disposable gloves here on amazon, so you won’t be paying more for an eco friendly substitute.
At last, disposable gloves that are eco friendly. I'm very happy to see such product availability & hope supermarkets catch on this idea.Made of Sugarcane bagasse, these are eco friendly disposable gloves in SMALL size. I have small hands that most adult size gloves are too big for, but these fit perfectly. I'm a petite therefore I love these. If you have "average" adult size hands, these are probably too small. They're comfortable for me though & think they'd be ideal for children.They're excellent for food preparation. I find when cooking I keep washing my hands, & it's not healthy. So I now use these, take then off to touch sth that's not 100% hygienic, put them back on to prepare food. Really needed this as my hands are suffering due to over washing.They feel like some sort of plastic gloves, a but like harder long film.I was curious to read on the packaging regarding recycling & not sure if I should recycle with plastic bags or chuck in the bin. I suppose they're biodegradable but I would have thought they'd say something on the packaging but no mention of this.
These are good, and fantastic that they’re eco-friendly. The box has also been thought out well, and the whole thing is completely plastic free.The box is easy dispense so overall the product works in an environment where more people than just yourself would be using them.The gloves aren’t the best fit, but then it’s not really needed as they’re disposable - they do the job in terms of not getting your hands messy, or protecting the thing from your hands.Overall I like them but they are pricey for just 100 gloves, when vinyl or latex ones are so much cheaper. I love the environmental aspect but that price difference is huge.
Very environmentally friendly organic/eco disposable gloves which you don't have to worry about contributing non-recyclable landfill as they're renewable sugarcane bioplastic. They're very good for use with tasks that require more dexterous use of your hands/fingers too as still allow for good full movement, right down to typing on a touch-screen/phone, whilst still giving good protection and great for general kitchen use for that reason also, such as handling smelly food like garlic or onion or handling food waste. I have quite small hands so these fitted just right, larger hands might find them a little tight! Not the cheapest compared to less environmentally friendly ones, but worth the extra if you care about doing your bit for the planet.
I have received the Small size of these eco friendly disposable gloves from Wilows Choice.Unfortunately,they don't quite fit me properly-I would need at least a medium size or even a large to more comfotably fit into these.At least they fit my girlfriend's hands properly.The gloves are strong,transparent and multipurpose and can be used for a variety of household chores to protect your hands,such as peeling fruit.The supply box for these gloves is really flimsyand literally falls apart,so this could do with improvement.Other than that excellent,environment friendly eco gloves from Willow's Choice.They are currenty selling on Amazon for £11.99 for a 100 pack.
This biodegradable gloves came in small size but even my wife had a problem with sizing. They first her wide way but fingers pockets are to small for her. Are they made for frog or what? Who else have that wide palm and that short fingers? Its just unusual fitting... Wife said that she still will use them for some small dirty or smelly jobs but obviously movement is limited and comfort.Only good things about these gloves are that they are pretty strong and they dont harm environment.Gloves are thin and slippery, they are kind of one time use gloves, like for hair dye. But because of its strength we will try to make the most of it and use it twice-three times, depends on the job.Our daughter also could use them, fingers are right length for her. We will need to use rubber band or tape to secure it on her wrist...gloves are very wide for her.Probably we will not buy this size of gloves again but sizes medium or large more likely.
these gloves say small but their more for children size hands than adult's.the gloves work fine thou as food prep gloves and are easily disposed off. The gloves are pretty strong and don't get torn easily. and you can actually use your mobile phone or tablet when wearing these gloves. very handy when coking.
These are great gloves. I much prefer eco friendly products, and these are made from sugarcane derivative. They are rather small, so while they fit me, my husband couldn't use them. A variety of sizes would be better. I've taken one star off for that. However, the quality is excellent, they are strong enough for most jobs. I will be getting these again.
James B. Spink
These disposable gloves by Willow's Choice certainly tick a few eco-friendly boxes as they are made from natural Sugar cane Bagasse that can be easily recycled after use. However, they are not as tough as latex or nitrile gloves and have a more limited range of uses – but perfect for arts & crafts or use in the kitchen. They are said to be touchscreen friendly - but I'm not sure why you might need that feature – and the small size is just that, really for kids. These gloves are ambidextrous and quite thin, they are made in Korea for London-based Willow's Choice who also offer a Sugar cane Bagasse cling film that is available from Amazon too. These small gloves are currently around twelve pounds for a pack of 100 from Amazon making each glove 12 pence apiece – large gloves are also available at the same price and I would recommend that size to most adults. A good idea, and ok for some jobs, but don't throw your traditional gloves away just yet – four stars for an eco-friendly idea at a reasonable price.
I really like these disposable eco friendly gloves .I always wear gloves when preparing food in the kitchen and am very interested in eco friendly products that avoid the use of plastic and are fully recyclable.These gloves are amazingly made from Sugar Cane !! have a honeycombed effect look when you take them out of the box . There is plenty of room inside of the fingers for even the fattest sausage fingers , the palm is wide too and unlike with using plastic gloves your hand doesn't sweat . They have open cuffs and are a good size . I have what my husband calls shovel hands with long fingers , I received a box of the small sized gloves and they fit comfortably. A little short on the wrist , next time I'll order a larger size .Very happy to recommend these amazing gloves .
Yay they come in a small size and are Biodegradable!These are great for all the really dirty jobs.They are washable, simply wash your hands while still wearing them then pin them on the line to dry.For anything where you would much rather not have to wash them even in hot water, they are easily disposed of and will degrade in the compost bin as they are made from sugar cane.They are excellent for the kids for messy crafts eg tie dye, painting , even food prepping.Adults with small hands might use them for hair dying, household cleaning, caring for others etc.You could wear them for hand cream treatments.The size on my hands is perfectMy hands are small (4 inches wide ,7 inches long)and I wear small sizes in Latex or rubber gloves , the popular washing up gloves in a medium are a little loose on them and these are a much snugger fit compared to those.I was a little dubious as to whether they would hold up when using alcohol based cleaning solution but they were fine.They are fully waterproof also.You can always wear a rubber band at the wrist if needed.100 pieces is 50 pairs not 100.Its a bit confusing when you read it quickly and it'll take ages for one person to go through that amount but if you are buying these to use with groups of people,or for doing mobile haircutting, dog grooming etc, it might be relevant.I like the eco friendly feel of the box too.There is a flap you can open on the box top to access the gloves so turning it into a dispenser.Cautions are ..Keep away from fireMay tear if comes in contact with sharp objectsMay tear if used where temperature is under 10 degrees centigrade (So fridges / freezers/ working outside in the cold)These absolutely wont fit someone with hands larger than 4 inches wide or 7 inches long.The fingers just fit me but only just and I can just about make a fist in them.There is no stretch.I think they would suit children of 11 or so . Worth measuring their hands before ordering .I dont think you could use these in place of biodegradable dog mess bags as there is literally not space to turn one inside out when wearing it .as you would with a bag.
This is a bio degradable gloves which is environmental friendly compare to surgical gloves. My hands have ezema and always need to wear disposible gloves when handling cookin preparation. I find this small size just fit my hands, the material is not too thin nor too thick, just right for handling marination. good invention and well use of nature available materials.
I don’t use rubber gloves often but with several small pets I do sometimes prefer to wear gloves when cleaning them out as their bedding can make my hands dry, and, seeing as these are made from natural materials and better for the environment I want to give them a go as I’m always trying to do my bit.Sadly I found them to be pretty uncomfortable with very little give as they were far to small, even though I have relatively small hands and would normally get a small in all my gloves. They were wide enough for my palms but the fingers were extremely short and I couldn’t move my thumb about much before it restricted the movement. They felt like they might fit a child better.They were very robust though and even when I tried to break my finger nail through them to test how strong they were I couldn’t. They’re also fully waterproof and non of the cleaning products I used with them on effected them at all.The packaging is a thin cardboard box with no plastic and was very compact. It had a small pop out at the bottom to allow you to get one glove out at a time which worked well. .Overall I’m really disappointed in the sizing as they seem like fantastic gloves otherwise. They do also make them in large and I would suggest if you do want to get them try those first as I’d hope the fit would be better.
Ms. J. Rossington
Nice little product. Nice feel to the gloves.. The box and gloves are both biodegradable which is great. The gloves fitted me very well.I would recommend.
I was so excited by the idea of sugar cane baggass gloves but sadly they are not quite what I hoped for.They are like the gloves you get in hair dyes and kind of crisp plastic. The small size was very small and my hands are not big at all.They don't allow for much stretch so intricate activities would be challenging. You couldn't use them for anything that needed you to have close control of your fingers.I will use them for when I deliver my local governemnt info magazine but they are limited in their usefulness which is a shame.Any bigger on my hands would fall off and these didn't allow my thumb to move at all.This is such a shame as I was really hoping they would be an alternative to my stretchy thin plastic gloves
For small hands with shorter fingers (and no long nails!), in my experience. LARGE also currently available.This small size is a very neat fit for me, which I do like for finer tasks and a baggy version is not so handy, so to speak. They are stronger in situ than some I have tried with no odd scent, which I also like.The length from the tip of the middle finger to the cuff is around 23 cm on my measure. The wrist width is around 12 cm.The material is ‘Sugarcane Bagasse’, which I have no experience of but there is plenty of detail in the current product description including a note worth reading about how recycling techniques may vary from council to council.ooOoo~ WILLOW’S CHOICE®~ ECO DISPOSABLE GLOVESSIZE: SMALL‘Made in Korea’ooOooThe 100 transparent gloves come in a cardboard wrap that measures around 17 cm x 14 cm x 1.75 cm and is easy to open by pressing where indicated on the bottom front.They feel completely smooth but have a visible dotty pattern on the exterior.I find each relatively easy to open by rubbing on the cuff when patience rather than speed is of benefit, as is often the case.[6 images attached]
Made from Sugar BAGASSE ECO gloves for the kitchen.Eco clingfilm production cycle.All power is from combustion energy of Bagasse, remaining energy goes to electricity.Not made from Fossil energy.Kitchen gloves which are friendly to the planet.I for one will always have a supply of these gloves in my house, if it helps the planet it's good.