- Oct 31, 2010
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I did, as I said I got those regular kitchen gloves and wash them when I'm done.Get better gloves.Whatever; they all suck and tear easily, so I just use the regular kitchen types and wash them when I'm done.No one uses latex gloves anymore. Modern gloves are nitrile (and are hypoallergenic).Those latex ones are a pain, they don't fit my hands well and tear before I can get them all the way on. Others you wash and re-use, which I guess will work better and easier to get some brands in bigger sizes, and probably easier on your skin than constant washing your bare hands with anti-bacterial stuff.How does wearing gloves help?
I suppose gloves could be taken off and replaced frequently using proper SOP for removal.
But if the gloves are worn for long periods of time, then I doubt they would help prevent C-19. Touching the face wearing contaminated gloves is no better than touching the face with contaminated hand skin.