How can you tell if a glove has degraded and should not be used?

A glove may have degraded when it turns hard or brittle and loses its elasticity, or turns too soft and does not return into shape after being stretched. Change of color in the glove should also be a warning sign. DO NOT use gloves that show signs of degradation. Always follow Adenna's guidelines in storing gloves to preserve their shelf life, and rotate stock by practicing FIFO, First-in First-out inventory control.

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