How are Adenna chlorinated gloves different from others?

A poor chlorination process (including over-chlorination. can result in gloves that are brittle and weak, tear easily, and have dark yellow or brown discoloring. Sometimes the gloves can be very sticky and make donning impossible; or be very slippery without grip on the surface. Poor chlorination also produces gloves that have a strong chlorine odor.

Adenna developed a single chlorination process that avoids all the above problems and gives users Adenna Gold: a glove that is very light in color, odor free, strong and durable. The interior smooth surface makes donning the glove very easy, yet, the outer textured surface maintains a 'tacky' non-slip grip. Furthermore, these gloves are flat stacked in the dispensing box that makes dispensing very convenient.

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