Asda Smartprice Rubber Gloves Reviews
Product Type: Asda household products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Gloves / Category: Cleaning Products & Utensils > Bucket, Broom, Brush etc.
Newest Review: ... brand a go and see how they are. They were quite disappointing though and I won't be buying any more from this range or this ... more
Customer Asda Smartprice Rubber Gloves Reviews (8)
by - written on 03/10/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I don't often shop in Asda but the other day I called in there to pick up a few bits while I was out, I needed some rubber gloves and decided to try their Smart Price ones, I usually use Tesco Everyday Value ones and get on quite well with them, I thought these Asda ones would be similar. I always use rubber gloves for washing up, cleaning or gardening, I like to take care of my nails and keeping harsh chemicals from them as much as I can helps me to do this. I also like to use rubber gloves when I'm dealing with the litter tray. They are sold in a pack of two and I paid the measly sum of 47p making them a very good price. The packaging is very simple just a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
When I clean, I really don't like doing it with bare hands. This is mainly due to always having my nails painted and I don't want any chemicals ruining that and chipping off the nail polish. This is where having rubber gloves in the house comes in very handy. == Packaging, price and the product == Being an Asda Smart Price product, you would expect this product to be cheap...and it is! For just 47p, you get two pairs of rubber gloves and in comparison to the next price up, they are a bargain. Another Asda own brand pair will set you back £1.01 but unlike this product, you do only get the one pair of gloves. As these are Asda's own brand of rubber ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
When it comes to cleaning, the majority of the time I will wear rubber gloves. I have dry skin and eczema, and having my hands in water, or using harsh chemicals will cause flare ups. Eczema is awful at the best of times, but on your hands it's a nightmare as you're constantly using them and so it doesn't always get a chance to heal, which is why rubber gloves are an essential product for me. I've used many brands over the years, but quite frankly I find them all pretty much the same. I used to always buy Lidl's own brand gloves, but since I mainly shop in ASDA now, I have switched to the ASDA smart price version. The gloves come in a pack of two, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
One thing that i don't wear very often are rubber gloves for cleaning, this i think is due to me working in a medical environment and i have to wear them (under duress!) for work. Just recently though i have noticed that my skin has become very dry and cracked, which at work is no problem as under the latex free gloves i have to wear a cotton liner glove for this reason, but at home even washing up liquid has been irritating my skin, never mind my beloved bleach! As a last resort i decided to purchase some rubber gloves for when my hands got really sore, my friend reccomended the Asda Smartpriced one's as they are slightly furry inside, so hopefully ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 04/10/12
I've got really sensitive, eczema-prone skin so I am always careful when it comes to washing up and I try to always make sure that the washing up liquid doesn't make contact with my skin. I find that the easiest way to protect my skin from getting covered in the chemical filled water is to simply wear rubber gloves. The gloves obviously keep my hands nice and dry as well, so I don't need to dry them once I'm done washing up - anything that helps save that little extra bit of time is always a bonus! When it comes to rubber gloves, I usually use one pair for a week or two and then buy some fresh ones; I'm a bit of a hygiene freak though and one pair could be ... Read the complete review
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