Sainbury's Basics Household Gloves Twin Pack Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's household products
Description:Manufacturer: Sainsbury's / Type: Disposable latex gloves
Newest Review: ... bag with the red writing on it. In my opinion, packaging is appropriate for the price I paid. There are two pairs of yellow ... more
Customer Sainbury's Basics Household Gloves Twin Pack Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 146 readings)
When it comes to cleaning my home I do like to use rubber gloves so that I can actually keep my hands more softer and so that they do not become dry etc. I sometimes do not use gloves if I am wanting to quickly wash a few dishes or just to wipe something over quickly. More often than not though I do use gloves for a good old proper clean. I do buy the more expensive ones but I actually can across these ones while shopping in Sainsbury's and I thought I would buy them and give them a go, since they were cheap enough. They cost just 50p, they come in a transparent plastic bag with just the name on the front, also a picture of 2 hands on the front, nothing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/12 (Very useful, 80 readings)
As you all know, rubber gloves are very handy to use around the house for cleaning to protect your hands. Well this is the reason I buy them and I am sure that I am not the only one. With raising costs of everything, I try to get cheaper option wherever possible but also make sure it is good value for money and will last so I don't always buy the cheaper product if I know that I am going to just waste my money because the product is bad. This is however not the case with these Sainsbury's Basics rubber gloves I have purchased few times now costing just 47p for two pairs. Gloves are packed in very basic transparent plastic bag with the red writing on it. In my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Although I never wear gloves for washing up or general cleaning I do like to use them for the messier jobs that I probably couldn't face without them such as cleaning the oven or worse still having to clean up after my dog or cat if they've been sick. I also use rubber gloves when I'm decorating as although I enjoy decorating I hate getting my hands covered in paint. Having previously spent £1-£2 per pair on rubber gloves I didn't really hold out much hope for these Sainsbury's Basics gloves which cost just 53p for 2 pairs but as I was trying to save some cash on the weekly shop I decided to give them a try. The gloves come in typical ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/12 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Am I really going to write a review on a pair of cheapie rubber gloves? Why yes, I believe I am! Rubber gloves aren't something I buy particularly often so I have no brand loyalty whatsoever and really have no preference as to the make or appearance. I mean, they're rubber gloves - how fussy do you need to be? When I was buying rubber gloves recently, I was much too stingy to pay between £1.50 and £2, which was the price that the likes of Marigold gloves cost. I'm sorry, I am not paying £2 for something I mostly use to do the dishes with! Therefore, into the trolley went this twinpack of rubber gloves from the Sainsbury's basics ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/12, updated on 29/03/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I went into Sainsbury's to get a pair of Marigold gloves - among other things - and came out of the shop with these instead. I do love a bargain and these certainly looked like one. 53p for a packet of two sets gloves looked like great value for money. I thought I would be sorted for washing up, laundry and cleaning for months with two pairs. Within days the first glove split as I did the washing up in very hot water. Ouch. The same thing happened to the pair of the one that split while I did some laundry with less painful but still annoying and wet consequences. It was without a huge amount of confidence that I took the remaining ... Read the complete review
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