Explanatory videos on the correct use of single-use gloves


Single-use disposable gloves have suddenly appeared everywhere since the Coronavirus crisis. Rightly so, since when properly used they can contribute to reducing the acute spread of the virus. For decades, the BINGOLD glove experts have advised hospitals, nursing establishments, building cleaners and many other major customers in choosing and using the right single-use disposable glove. To make this expertise available to as many people as possible as quickly as possible, BINGOLD provides short explanatory videos about the optimum use  of disposable gloves. The videos are available publicly and free of charge, and can be freely forwarded. Because only disposable gloves that are put on and taken off correctly offer safety and virus protection.

The correct way to put on disposable gloves:
Only an undamaged glove gives protection. In our video below, you can see how to put on single-use disposable gloves correctly. 

Putting on disposable gloves correctly:
The correct removal of single-use disposable gloves is important to ensure your hands do not come into countact with pathogens or pollutants on the surface of the gloves after they have been worn. You can see how this is done in our second video below.

To which other points must "new users" of gloves pay attention?

  • The fit and size must be correct, since especially gloves that are too small can easily tear.
  • The hands must be clean and dry, to allow the gloves to be slipped on without problems.
  • Single-use disposable gloves can be worn for only a short period. The skin could sweat if they are worn for a prolonged time.
  • Disposable gloves are designed for single use, after which they must be disposed of; the reason: when they are taken off, pathogens or pollutants are disposed of with them.
  • Jewellery, e.g. rings, should not be worn under single-use disposable gloves .
  • After wearing gloves, the hands should be thorougly washed, and treated with cream if necessary