Gloves for housework do they exist in fabric to protect hands but be presentable

Gloves for housework. Preferably fabric. Love to discover these!

  • Posted by: mogblack
  • February 18, 2022
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AntoniaJames February 18, 2022
I've never seen fabric gloves for housework - most people want such gloves to be waterproof, so making a marketable fabric glove would be tricky - but I have used Casabella gloves, which come in bright colors, designed to look a little nicer than most gloves. They're on the pricey side, and I found I was puncturing them on a fairly regular basis, so when my local Ace ran out of them, I found some Tusko nitrile gloves elsewhere in a nice bright teal-ish color that I've been using ever since. I've found that they hold up better than the Casabella, overall.

If you don't need the gloves to be waterproof, but just want to keep your fingernails from getting dirty, etc., while cleaning, consider getting the heavy white cotton gloves used by archivists, antique dealers, etc. I did a Google search for "cotton gloves for housework" and several good options popped right up. The advantage of white cotton is that you can bleach them in hot water when they start to get dingy. ;o)
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