A: Now that's a good Question . But i seems like Everything gives you cancer, in California, even Coffee and potato chips. Look online Everything gives you cancer in California. and say wow people really spent time research this stuff.. haa haa my thoughts .
A: California puts cancer warnings on everything that could be a threat to the consumer. If you're not planning burning these over a hot fire (toxic smoke), dissolving in a chemical bath (toxic fumes) or just chewing on the glove I would not worry. Many things we take for granted can cause cancer. Ever break a florescent light bulb? Powder inside is toxic. Details, such as, 'why the cancer warning?' could help the consumer make a more informed decision. Pretty soon everyone will ignore the warnings and that is more dangerous.
A: Yes I have used them in warm water doing dishes and the only moisture left on my hands is the sweat frm my hands sweating in rubber gloves.
A: I've found them to be waterproof.
A: Barring any rips or holes, the gloves should keep your hands dry, and they have water channeling cuffs, to keep the interior dry.
A: Yes, they are waterproof and they last a long time.
A: I use these for mostly washing dishes. I have not had a problem with leaks, but eventually they do wear out.
A: Not flocked but lightly lined.
A: No, but they are still fairly easy to get on and off.
A: They are cotton lined.
A: Yes, it does.
A: This glove has a cotton flocked interior.
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