A proper fit is extremely important in choosing hand protection gloves. An uncomfortable fit causes hand fatigue, unproductive and may lead to a potential work-place hazard.


  • Lay your dominant hand flat, fingers together, palm facing upwards. Wrap the measuring tape around your palm, just below the knuckles, not including the thumb.
  • Length is measured from the bottom of the palm (where meet your wrist) to the top of the middle finger.
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Glove Care

PPE’s life span may shorten due to improper glove care. It can also lead to dermatitis, decreased dexterity, loss of protective abilities, and odor. Glove care refers not only to laundering, but also proper storage, routine glove checks, and knowledge of materials and their particular strengths and weaknesses.

Because there are so many different work gloves on the market, experienced safety managers should be aware of what workers’ gloves are made of and how they will stand up to the applications they’re being used for. Common glove materials include nylon, spandex, leather, cotton, Kevlar®, and knit fibers. Each of these materials has a certain way it needs to be cared for, and oftentimes there is a blending of the materials, making proper care even more crucial.


Gloves should be ideally stored in clean, dry conditions, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.


Glove life varies based on application, environment, and amount of use. Because of this, it is vital that you perform routine glove checks, ideally before going to work every day. Take note of areas that may have begun to wear down, such as loose Velcro®, a worn-down name tag, lingering moisture, or a strong odor. Keeping an eye out for these issues and others keeps you one step further from a worksite hand injury, which is the ultimate goal of hand protection in the first place.


Our C&C tag, which indicates washing instructions and fiber content, is located on the inside cuff of all our gloves or in all packaging.

glove care

Gloves marked “wash with care” are machine washable. The number inside the symbol denotes what temperature to wash the gloves at (e.g., machine wash with care at 30 degrees Celsius). Washing with care can be done by changing the machine cycle, using a different pre-set wash program (gentle/delicate), and by ensuring not to overload the washing machine.

When washing by hand it is important to use a soap and/or detergent that won’t irritate your skin. Also, be sure to wash gloves over a sink or outside, and rinse thoroughly. Companies who properly launder their gloves can increase lifespan by up to 300%. Laundering removes harmful chemicals, perspiration, and everyday grit and grime that can weaken protective fibers and seams. Stego® solutions specialist team is here to help you with this process, and they are more than happy to provide you with all the information you need.