Cotton Knitted Gloves for Working for Kitchen Cut Protection

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Description of Glove:

Itemcut resistant gloves
MOQ1000 pairs
Materialcut resistant yarn
ColorGrey
SizeS, M, L, XL, XXL
Weight50-75g/pair
Ctn size58*26*46cm
Package1pairs/lable, 12pairs/opp bag, 240 pairs/ctn
Delivery Time 30-45 days after order
SampleWithin 3-7 days
OEM/ODMAcceptable


Festures of Glove:

1.Perfect for kitchen prep work, but durable enough for general purpose protection

2.Extremely comfortable -- ergonomic design for efficient grip while using

3.CE Level 5 cut resistant rating, highest grade possible for its kind

4.Machine washable, light weight and durable

5.Cutting edge food grade polyethylene and proprietary silica fiber technology


Specifications of Glove:

many kinds of safety gloves,7 to 10 size, and it also loved by welding

workers.This product is welcomed by both domestic and foreign customers. Finally,high 

quality, reasonable price and exact delivery time are  our principle.


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Cotton Knitted Gloves for Working for Kitchen Cut Protection


FAQ:

1.What about the delivery.

We can arrange the shipment about 15-25 days after the deposit.

2.What about payment term?

30% T/T deposit, balance against B/L copy.

Full T/T payment if quantity less than MOQ.

3.How much about MOQ?

Normally 100pcs,but small order is acceptable as well.

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