A good cut-resistant glove is something that can keep your hands safe from cuts, gashes and scrapes while you're at work. But how do you know what level of cut-resistance you should be using? Some people might just go all out and get the strongest glove possible, but that could end up costing you a lot more than you should be spending. Instead, take a look at Advanced Gloves' cut-resistance graphic below, and decide for yourself what kind of glove you should be using.
So, whether you are messing around with hazardous construction paper or heavy sheet metal, make sure you know what cut-resistance to use. Also, tune in next week to learn more about the NiTex P-200 CUT5 and CR and how they stack up to the cut-test. If you have questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to leave them below. We'll get to you as soon as humanly possible.