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Grease Monkey Nitrile Large Disposable Gloves (100-Count)
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Grease Monkey

Nitrile Large Disposable Gloves (100-Count)

  • Multi-purpose disposable glove
  • Great alternative to latex
  • Water resistant and great for changing oil
$12.99 /each

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For those with latex allergies, this latex-free glove is a great alternative. Nitrile is an innovative synthetic rubber that provides dexterity and a snug fit. It resists punctures, cuts, snags and abrasions. Can be used for a wide variety of automotive tasks.

  • Touchscreen compatible
  • Latex-free
  • Beaded cuff
  • Extra grip
  • Provides dexterity and snug fit
  • Used for a wide variety of automotive tasks

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What is the Mil thickness of the gloves

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It does not state the thickness on the box. If I had to guess I'd say 2.5 or at max 3mil. I after wasting my money on these bought another brand and these Grease Monkey gloves are easily half if not more thinner than the 6mil new ones I purchased. These are the thinnest nitrile gloves I've ever purchased. They are so thin and fragile that I threw out the box before I was halfway through using the Read More
It does not state the thickness on the box. If I had to guess I'd say 2.5 or at max 3mil. I after wasting my money on these bought another brand and these Grease Monkey gloves are easily half if not more thinner than the 6mil new ones I purchased. These are the thinnest nitrile gloves I've ever purchased. They are so thin and fragile that I threw out the box before I was halfway through using the gloves. Read Less
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May 31, 2016
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Hello Rob17007, Great Question! In the beginning they seemed to be in the area of 5-6mm but over the years I have watched them go down to 2-3mm thickness & they are ok for a 1 job throw away glove. I am a Professional & use the gloves to keep my hands dry from the water & chemicals I use, however they DO NOT hold up very well as they once did. Hope this Helped.
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What is the thickness of these gloves?

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September 17, 2015
I've been using this brand of nitrile gloves for a couple of years. I tried them initially for my newspaper delivery job. I needed gloves with good tactile dexterity to help grip the individual papers and also to keep the ink off of my hands. They've proven to be a great fit. I've since found that they work great for other jobs, too: household chores, auto maintenance, etc.
However, I first found them at Walmart, but have since been discontinued there. I then found them at Advance Auto Parts. Yesterday I went into Advance to get a car part and thought I'd get another box of the gloves as I was there and was running low on current box. Well, I found Grease Monkey gloves, but latex only, no nitrile. Guy at counter had no idea why. So, I went ahead and bought another brand. Haven't used them yet, although I took one out of the box because it said they are 5 mil thick and I wanted to see how they compared to yours. Seemed about the same. I was just wondering what the thickness of your gloves are. Are they 5 mil, too?
I really like your gloves. I may have to start buying them here, online, due to availability and price; much cheaper here.
Thank you.
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from what I have seen, they are .065 mil
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Hello Danno, I did some research & some reading what I found is that these Gloves are 4 mil thick. I've used them for some time now & they hold up pretty well. You can't beat the pricing! Hope this helped!
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by don't hold up Had two pair rip. Be careful when using . They rip easily October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Garbage These are the thinnest, cheapest easily tearing nitrile gloves I've even used. Completely useless. Even when double gloving they tear easily when doing the lightest of work. For anything requiring even a modest amout of force they will not hold up. I'd say they'd only be good for very light, small painting for short periods. Also they are so sticky that they are impossible to put on if your hands have even the least bit of sweat or moisture on them. I couldn't get through half the box before throwing them away. Trust me and don't waste your time or money with this useless product... August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely light work gloves Used this glove to a remove water valve from in ground line , did not last half thread removal , good use for just not having direct contact with anything you would not want skin touching . August 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by These gloves cannot even handle a brake job...... These are some of the thinnest gloves I have ever used. Do not ever buy these gloves; They cannot even be 1mil thick..... August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great glove great price Great glove great price... They fit great they're durable at a fair price ... July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quality Gloves Good Quality Thin enough to be able to work with. June 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Now thinner than before. I used to purchase these gloves (XL size) often for my detailing business. The last box I purchased are no longer as strong as before. I should have know once I noticed that the box they come packaged in was slightly smaller. I can see the lines in the palm of my hands now when wearing these. I will not be purchasing these ever again. May 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not Last These gloves work great at first but they have a shelf life of a few months before they become weak and tear apart when you put them on. DuraSkin work much better. March 14, 2016
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