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Ansell Disposable Gloves 100 Pack - Multi-Purpose, Powder and Latex Free $5.49 (Was $11) @ Woolworths

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Ansell Handy Fresh large disposable food handling gloves are the hygienic way to protect your hands and food from contamination. They fit either hand and are lightly powdered to make them easy to get on and off.

Ansell Handy Fresh Gloves Disposable 100 pack

Ansell Gloves Handy Fresh Disposable Large 100 pack

Ansell Gloves Powder And Latex Free 100 pack

Ansell Handy Clean Gloves Disposable Multi-purpose 100 pack

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    I got my fiancée the powdered ones she complains very much she says they are not good for cleaning I think I should Have gotten the normal ones instead of the powdered ones Either that or she is just complaining because she’s lazy and she doesn’t want to clean

    • +5 votes

      You forgot this —> .

      • +23 votes

        He's not done yet.

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          he forgot to add, his wife is a feminist in the making.

    • +1 vote

      what she really mean is you are the one who suppose to do the washing, doesn't matter what glove you buy she always find something to complaint

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      Why is she cleaning the gloves? She getting rid of the powder?

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      You need the nitrile or tough ones. I think only Woolworths sells them. They're thicker and blue, and don't react to cleaning products. The lighter ones don't work. You've got to change them every five minutes, as they break down while you're using them. Powder is irrelevant. I am hoping you just don't use gloves when YOU clean.

  • +12 votes

    good price for 500 condoms

    • +4 votes

      beat me…to it.

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      Or 500 Fifi's I would actually use.

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      for kids?

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      Isnt it 1000?
      100 pairs of gloves or 100 gloves?

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        200 for scrooge, can only use the pinky size :P

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        it's not pairs.
        I buy packs to work on my car so can confirm it's singles.

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      No glove, no love.

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    I use this every day or two to scratch deep and the good thing, i just chuck it away; no smell, no residue, just clean finger.

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      How deep ?

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        Needs the whole glove not just a finger glove

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      Instead of showering?

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    Can confirm leaves no fingerprints behind.

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      Username does not check out…

  • +1 vote

    Now for a deal on petroleum jelly.

  • -2 votes

    You say 100 gloves, I say 500 condoms.

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    Are these nitrile? Need some for changing car engine oil

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      It says the latex free ones are vinyl. I'm not sure how rip resistant vinyl is. Anyone vouch for how rip resisting these are? We use nitrile pro-val brand ones at work for heavy vehicle maintenance and they're brilliant. Double gloving makes them almost bulletproof.

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        Stick to the nitrile ones.
        These are not rip resistant at all. Great for making a sandwich…

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        Thank you!

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    Here for the commentary…

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    Bought a box of these recently when they were half-price at Coles. One of my kids was sad, so I made the mistake of blowing up one like a balloon so it looked like a rooster head. Then my other two kids started screaming because THEY wanted a rooster head balloon. Now they just go to the kitchen drawer where the gloves are kept and pull gloves out, one-by-one, making demands at me: "DADDY WE WANT A CHICKEN BALLOON!" There's bit of glove all over the house. We're drowning in rubber glove pieces. They pop them, they rip them to shreds - I am positive the youngest kid may have even tried to EAT one. Do not blow them up like balloons for your children.

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      You can only blow up the latex ones. These are not latex. No fun. And slighty not good for you.

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        You need to be gentle on the blow.

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    Fist Fits like a glove.

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    What if the turtles eat them just like they eat plastic straws?

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    Disposable gloves good, plastic straws bad.

    I love the disparity between the Straws post and this one

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      Society

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      exactly. whoever negs the straw deal are idiots.

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        I'm an idiot(and a hypocrite)! I am on the the no superfluous waste team.

        …..He said after flying family down to Sydney for the weekend, whilst my goodself drove and then partied like it was 1999.
        I did drink green beer, well it was Cooper's Pale Ale….

        …no straws

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    Thank you
    Was running low

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    Ansell disposable gloves are crap, they break and leak easily(insert xxx joke). I would spend more and get the blue nitrile gloves. I can use a pair to wash the dishes, then the toilet. I can hang it dry and reuse(insert condom joke) them to wash the car the next day and it won't tear(insert xxx joke). It's super strong. You want stronger? Buy the black mechanics variant. You can save a lot more by buying hospital/medical grade nitrile gloves by the bulk. They have long shelf life, at least 5 years if stored properly. Save yourself money stop buying supermarket Ansell crap.