Product Review

Working on Home Repairs And Keeping My Hands Safe With NiTex P-12 Gloves

Working on Home Repairs With NiTex P12 Gloves

Working on Home Repairs And Keeping My Hands Safe With NiTex P-12 Gloves

I love working with my hands.  At any given time visitors may find me outside with hand tools, power tools, spray paint, and more.  I have raised my oldest children to be comfortable with all these tools and what they can do and I am now working with my youngest children to help them with these skills.



An essential part of these lessons is safety.  We always wear safety goggles, sometimes helmets, aprons etc… But proper gloves are essential too.

NiTex P12 top

Finding gloves that are not so bulky that you can’t really safely grab what you need to, yet are not so thin that they aren’t worth wearing – can be a difficult task.  Especially when it comes to kids with smaller hands.

The NiTex P-12 gloves are awesome for these purposes.  The top part of the glove is a fabric that stretches and molds to your hand.  The pair I was provided for purposes of this review is green and medium size.

NiTex P12 Palm

The palm side has a nitrile-foam coating that still allows tactile sensitivity for any task we are working on while also leaving the gloves form fitting, breathable and having a long lasting grip.  They can be used in just about any industry and the neon green of the P-12 has the added feature of bright visibility.  They are however not good in high heat situations but other than cooking – I almost never find myself in high heat conditions – and I often find myself in some very strange situations to be sure.

Now I just need to get a small and large pair for my children and we are ready for more lessons!

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