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Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) Gloves

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Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) gloves resist aromatics, aliphatics, and chlorinated solvents that deteriorate other glove materials. They are not suitable for aqueous solutions.

Reusable gloves are required for work involving immersion or direct contact with a chemical. Reusable gloves are also required when handling toxic or corrosive chemicals. Consult the Ansell Chemical Resistance Guide to choose the best glove. 

Available free-of-charge through Research Safety, Evanston.