The difference between powdered gloves and powder-free gloves


powdered gloves
The powder used in powdered gloves is cornstarch or talc. Reduces friction between the skin of the hand and the glove. Easy to wear gloves. It doesn't feel sticky when worn. It will obviously feel the graininess of frost.
The cornstarch or talc in powdered gloves tends to adhere to the soluble proteins of the gloves. This can easily cause allergies to natural rubber. Because powdered gloves can cause harm to the human body. In June 2019, China's State Food and Drug Administration issued an announcement: Concerned about the risk of powdered medical gloves, it is recommended to phase out powdered gloves.
Powder-free gloves:
Powder-free gloves can be astringent. It feels sticky when worn. Usually treated with chlorine. Not prone to allergies.
The production process of powder-free gloves has been improved. Makes the inner layer of the glove smooth and non-stick. Alternative to powder lubrication. The adverse effects of powder on the environment and human health are reduced.
Powder-free gloves are used in industries such as the medical and electronics industries that require a high degree of flexibility and avoidance of dust contamination. This is because the electronics industry and the medical industry are micro-operation industries. More delicate movements are required. And are often used in dust-free clean environments.