Gardening Gloves

Think you can just head out to the garden this summer and skip wearing the gloves? Between pulling weeds, grabbing hold of prickly plants and thorns and wading through poison ivy, oak or sumac, your best bet is to make sure you have the best gardening gloves possible to protect your hands from injury during your time in the garden this year.


Gardening Gloves Can Save Your Hands!

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Reasons You Need Gardening Gloves

Bulk Nitrile Gloves offers top of the line gardening gloves at a fraction of the cost you will find in a brick and mortar store. It’s a good idea to grab your gloves before the gardening season is in full swing to ensure you have what you need. Some of the top reasons you need to wear gardening gloves include:

Protection from Cuts

A quality pair of gloves will keep your hands safe from cuts and scratches that you would otherwise get from moving bricks, paver stones and landscape timbers as well as pruning rosebushes and other prickly plants and flowers.

Bacterial Infections

It’s a well-known fact that if you have cats or other animals roaming the neighborhood, they’re bound to make a mad dash to your garden when nature calls. It’s easy to get a bacterial infection from handling animal waste and other debris in the garden, especially when hands are not protected with gardening gloves.


It’s great to be able to find inner peace from working in the garden all day, but when you head out to dinner in the evening, you most likely prefer your nails not be broken and packed with soil. Gloves will help keep your hands clean and your nails free from breaks.

Gloves or No Gloves?


Why Use Gardening Gloves?

Some people choose not to wear gloves when gardening. While this can allow your hands to feel free, it’s not the safest choice when you need to work in the garden.  

There are several kinds of gloves you can use in the garden and for work outdoors. Let’s take a look at them and discuss why nitrile gloves are the top choice for gardeners around the globe.


Leather gloves are definitely stylish, and they are ideal for protection from cuts, scrapes and keeping your hands protected while gardening, but they can also be expensive to purchase. Leather gloves are usually used when working with tools and machinery that could potentially cut your hands.


Cotton gloves offer little protection from cuts and sharp objects. They are often inexpensive, and they do work for picking flowers and handling small weeds in the garden. 


Rubber or Latex

Rubber or latex gloves have long been a top choice for gloves used in the garden as well as for cleaning and other work. This is often due to the price of these types of gloves being low. They are also resilient and work well even when wet.



Nitrile gloves have seen a rise in popularity in the last few years as more people have tried using them in the garden. They not only have a tough outer layer that is coated with nitrile, a ruby material that is very tough, but they are also comfortable and offer protection from cuts and scrapes as well as from bacterial infections and nail breakage. Nitrile gloves are very flexible and easy to move your fingers around so you can grasp tools, pick flowers and plants and work in the garden with ease.


Are you planning a big garden this year or have hopes of having flowers blooming around your property? If so, now is the time to place an order for your nitrile gardening gloves so you can keep your hands protected while you handle the tough work at hand.

Q Fit loader’s gloves are available in Medium, Large and Extra Large so you can choose the size you need most. For more information or to place your order now, you can call 877-898-2057.