These hard wearing rubber gloves are made with fairly traded rubber from a responsibly managed plantation, the rubber tappers who cut the bark to get the raw material flowing, have received a fair trade premium which is used to improve the lives of their families and village, making them good for nature and for people. Lined with 100% natural cotton from renewable sources, giving you comfort and protection whilst tackling your household cleaning, dishes or gardening work.
Always use a separate pair of gloves for dishwashing versus all other cleaning.
Store out of direct sunlight and do not wash in dishwasher, instead clean outside of gloves with soap and water and store in a cupboard.
This recyclable cardboard packaging is biodegradable and made with non-toxic inks and glues.
Contains no animal ingredients and is not tested on animals.
Fair trade natural rubber (latex) with 100% natural cotton lining.
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First pair arrived with a hole, Ethical Superstore very quickly replaced it with a new pair but it soon tore. Sad to go back to normal washing up gloves but these just aren't worth it.
Verified product owner
Had these since December 2020 and happy with them, just a bit warped but do the job ☺️
Verified product owner
Tore in the first week. Would not recommend.
Anonymous asked this question on 16th Feb 2019
Q: What about eventual disposal of these?
A: Hi, Thanks for the query. You can compost your Household Gloves by cutting them into small pieces with scissors. Hope this helps,
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