Disposable Gloves


  • Suitable for household and medical use.
  • Strong Polyethelyne construction.
  • Latex and Powder Free
  • Recyclable and environmentally friendly.
  • Comfortable for extended wear.
  • Textured for added grip.
  • Protect against germs and viruses.

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Disposable Gloves

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What are disposable gloves?

100 pack disposable polythene gloves are used when you would want to avoid coming into contact with germs and dirt. They can be used either at home or when out in public (such as on public transport or buying groceries) to protect your hands and from coming into contact with pathogens. During a pandemic or flu outbreak disposable gloves and good personal hygiene are essential to help keep you and others safe.

These disposable gloves are suitable for home or medical use.

The 100 pack disposable polythene gloves are powder free, latex free and comfortable for extended wear. These disposable gloves are suitable for most sized hands and are textured for better grip.

These polythene disposable gloves are hypoallergenic and comfortable to wear. 

How do disposable gloves work?

Polythene disposable gloves cover your hands to prevent you from coming into contact with germs that may be on surfaces such as door handles. In events such as the Coronavirus pandemic they should be worn in public places such as supermarkets and gas stations to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

How effective are disposable gloves?

Polythene gloves are often used in food preparation and in environments such as care homes because they are an ideal alternative to latex gloves and far more cost effective for frequent use. Disposable gloves are the best option for members of the general public to help protect your hands from coming into contact with germs and viruses.

Will disposable gloves protect me from the recent coronavirus pandemic?

Wearing disposable gloves when out in public or in contact with someone who could possibly be infected is a good way to help prevent the infection by the coronavirus. This should be in combination with consistent hand washing/sanitising, practising social distancing and self-isolation where possible.

Who is likely to get Coronavirus?

Anyone who lives in or has recently travelled to mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau, is advised to stay indoors and call the NHS 111 phone service.

The government guidance is constantly changing, but is recommend that everyone in the UK apart from essential workers stays home as much as possible to halt the spread of infection. Wearing disposable gloves when leaving the house can help prevent infection as well washing your hands regularly.

How else can I protect myself from the Coronavirus?

As well as wearing disposable gloves, washing your hands thoroughly and consistently is essential, especially before eating or touching your mouth or eyes. 

You should make sure you cover your mouth and nose when sneezing and make sure to wash your hands after.

If you know someone who has the flu, or you are worried they might have coronavirus you should maintain a physical distance to decrease the risk of infection. Self isolation and social distancing is required.

What should I do if I think I have the Coronavirus?

If you have:

  • Been to Wuhan or Hubei Province in China in the last 14 days (even if you do not have symptoms)
  • Been to other parts of China, including Macau and Hong Kong, in the last 14 days and have a cough, high temperature or shortness of breath (even if it’s mild)
  • Been to Thailand, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Republic of Korea or Malaysia in the last 14 days and have a cough, high temperature or shortness of breath (even if it’s mild)
  • Been in close contact with someone with confirmed coronavirus


Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Call 111, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people.

Tell 111 about any recent travel and any symptoms you have.

You can find information about what to do if you think you have the Coronavirus on the NHS website.

When should I be using disposable gloves?

During a pandemic lock down you should be using disposable gloves ideally every time you leave the house or whenever you are around someone who may be infected. This includes going to the supermarket, pharmacy or caring for relatives. Once they have been used they should be disposed of. Disposable gloves can be worn for a consistent amount of time but are not intended for repeated wear.

How often should I be replacing disposable gloves?

You should be replacing your disposable gloves after each wear.

Are disposable gloves recyclable?

Polythene is recyclable but you should check with your local councils recycling program as it may differ depending on where you live.

Can I buy disposable gloves online?

Yes you can order 100 pack disposable polythene gloves online from e-Surgery. Whenever you are buying from an online pharmacy make sure you check for the green GPhC and MHRA logo on the bottom of each page of the website you are using.

Where can I find more information about disposable gloves online?

You can find out more information about PPE (Personal Protective Equiptment) including gloves from the Center For Disease Control here.

How will my disposable gloves be delivered?

e-Surgery uses Royal Mail delivery with choices starting from Royal mail 48 tracked delivery, Royal Mail tracked 24 and Royal Mail 1pm special delivery (discover more about e-Surgery delivery). Your disposable gloves will arrive in discreet, recyclable packaging at a delivery address of your choice. Find out how to recycle packaging from e-Surgery.

Additional information


Disposable Gloves (Small), Disposable Gloves (Medium), Disposable Gloves (Large)


25 Glove Pack, 100 Glove Pack