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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by will75, Sep 21, 2015.
Nitrile gloves? What gloves is this guy using in the video that are black? plain ole tight nitriles?
The nitrile gloves mechanics use....
Would you recommend these for food service?
I use them...
I would. They're great! They are thicker more durable than most. Myron Mixon used these gloves when I went to his cooking school.
Done a lot of research and i noticed these gloves used by many of the professionals, and i wasn't sure which they were.thank you!
I learn something every day here at SMF!
Never knew about those black ones. I'll order some when I use up the blue ones I got on my last order. I have trouble with the blue ones splitting sometimes. Are the black ones less prone to splits?
Those are out of stock, so i'll try these
Since i need by thursday morn
Those are avail. $19 for 100 gloves sounds like a lot
I use the vinyl food prep gloves they sell at Sam's. Inexpensive and work well though not as durable as nitrile.
Hmm....the brisket looked a little tough when he was slicing it at the end of the video.
Yeah, my briskets are always like butter and that's the flat too~
If you have one close you might look at the Harbor Freight Nitrite gloves. Fairly inexpensive and pretty good quality for the price.