Professional Design 32”rubber glove-cotton linning for Montpellier Factory

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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 32”length(82cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, 50 pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.


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Our company since its inception, always regards product quality as enterprise life, continuously improve production technology, improve product quality and continuously strengthen enterprise total quality management, in strict accordance with the national standard ISO 9001:2000 Professional Design 32”rubber glove-cotton linning for Montpellier Factory, Welcome to build the well and long standing business relationships with our company to create a glorious future together .customers' satisfaction is our eternal pursuit


Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 32”length(82cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, 50 pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.

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    Cleanhouse in Vietnam is proud to offer industrial hygiene services, renovation and maintenance of real estate in Vietnam for over 10 yearsand is the first company to apply the quality management system ISO 9001 -2000 in the field …Cleaning your house seems like a fairly self-explanatory task, but when you sit down to think about it, where do you even start? And how do you clean a toilet, anyway? We’ll work it down into a streamlined process that seems simple enough to tackle and instantly gratifying. Once you get started, you won’t want to stop until the whole house is spick and span.
    Attempt to delegate tasks. If you live with other people, cleaning the house should not be exclusively your responsibility! You may have to take on leadership by setting up a rotational cleaning schedule, but it’s far better than having to do this backbreaking work alone.
    Make sure the tasks assigned are age-appropriate – i.e. grade school children can pick up their bedroom floors, teenagers can clean the garage or bathroom, etc. It should also be equal – cleaning the toilet is hardly on par with organizing the coffee table.Clean the toilet. Ugh. Cleaning the toilet is one of the worst tasks, so it’s best to get it over with as soon as possible. Throw on a pair of rubber gloves (not the ones for the dishes) to keep your hands away from the grime and bacteria, and give the toilet a gentle rub down with a sponge and hot water to loosen everything up. Let it soak in the hot water while you move onto the bowl.
    After that, squirt toilet cleaner into the inside of the bowl and around the rim. Let it soak for a minute and then scrub it with a toilet brush. When you’re finished, give it a flush.
    When you’re done with the bowl, return back to the outside surfaces. Spray them down with a disinfectant spray and wipe dry with a cloth or paper towel.
    Clean the glass/mirrors. It is commonly thought that glass cleaner does the cleaning. In fact, it’s meant just to make it sparkly, not to get it clean. It’s actually no substitute for soapy water, especially if your mirror is quite dirty. Here’s how you should clean your windows and mirrors:
    First, wash your glass with a solution of warm or hot water, dish soap with a rag, sponge, or squeegee. Powdered no-scratch cleaner works fantastic for cleaning mirrors, glass, ceramics, and metals because it scrubs off hard water residue without scratching the surface. Then wipe down the surface with a dry, lint-free cloth or lint-free paper towels.
    If you want to clean glass and be environmentally friendly, clean the glass with vinegar and water, dry with a lint-free cloth, and rub the glass with newspaper. No streaks! Make sure you use some elbow grease – it requires pressure to properly clean glass.
    Alternatively, spray glass cleaner on a paper towel and clean the glass surface. The glass cleaner acts as a shield to help keep spots and dust easy to remove. When misused, glass “cleaner” will leave streaks. You can also use old newspaper to wipe the glass surface after washing; the glass will be streak free and this is a great way to reuse old newspaper.Wash the dishes. These save a lot of work when you use them right. Your dishwasher works best when you load it completely and run it right after you use your dishes.
    Big things like pots and pans are usually best hand-washed because they don’t fit well in the dishwasher.
    Dishes wear out more quickly when washed by machine than by hand because the dishwasher’s soap is abrasive; heirloom china, delicate wine glasses, and other really fragile things should be carefully hand-washed instead.

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