Do you know what to pay attention to when wearing gloves?
The size of the gloves should be appropriate. If the gloves are too tight, they restrict blood flow, which can easily lead to fatigue and discomfort; if they are too loose, the application is inflexible and easy to fall off.
The gloves used must have sufficient safety protection. In the natural environment where steel wire cut-resistant gloves are used, synthetic yarn cut-resistant gloves cannot be used. To ensure its safety protection function, it is necessary to change gloves regularly. If the application period is exceeded, it may cause injury to hands or skin.
Always inspect gloves for small holes or damaged or etched areas, especially between your fingers. For chemical-resistant gloves, the inflatable method can be used for inspection.
Pay attention to the application of gloves. If a pair of gloves is used in different places, the service life of the gloves may be greatly reduced.
To ensure safety during application, do not throw contaminated gloves at will to avoid causing harm to others. Temporary gloves should be kept in a safe place.
When removing gloves, you must pay attention to the correct method to prevent the harmful substances contaminated on the gloves from contacting the skin and clothes, resulting in secondary pollution.
It is better not to use gloves with others, because the inside of gloves is a breeding ground for bacteria and microorganisms, and using gloves together can easily lead to cross-infection.
Wash your hands before wearing gloves, and wear gloves on clean (sterile) hands, otherwise bacteria will grow easily. Wash hands after removing gloves and moisturise with cream
Cover wounds before wearing gloves. The skin is a natural barrier against damage from the outside environment, preventing the entry of bacteria and compounds.
Do not ignore any red spots or itching on the skin to prevent the occurrence of skin diseases such as dermatitis. If your hands are dry, itchy, or blistered, seek medical attention immediately. Take off your gloves when waving or dancing with others.