We created a new listing for Children’s Cotton Gloves to make it easier for parents to locate them quicker. In the past, we listed them as a size under our adult unisex models and they often got overlooked. So based on phone calls, we have included them as a separate listing.
These cotton gloves are also popular for children with
eczema problems since they are a very high-quality 100% cotton.
At this new listing, you will also find links to other popular children’s gloves for special occasions. They can be found in the “related” tab.
As many already know, the GO Standard Cotton Parade gloves are our most popular white cotton gloves for their high quality, simplicity, and low price. Additionally, we make them in many sizes from toddler children ages (0-3) to Men’s XXL.
Often customers call about sizing questions. To address this issue, we made a chart to help assist in determining which size is best for you. We also added the chart to the product listing to make it more convenient for you.
Did you know we offer Colored Gloves for all occasions?
For over 20 years, we’ve built a large supply of Colored Gloves for all occasions and events including: Holidays, Parades, Dances, Fancy Dress, Formal Wear, Weddings, Balls, Marching Bands, Mardi Gra, Christmas, Church events, Choirs, Costume Parties, Clowns, Cheer groups, Flash events, Corporate events, Theater, and Advertising just to name a few.
There are many glove terms used when talking about Donald Trump. Things like how his opponents in the Presidential primaries treat him with kid gloves. Then there are comments claiming he has taken his gloves off against another. To me, it’s all about his doormen who use our gloves. As a matter of fact, we even feature the Trump Group as a Featured Customer on our Home Page.
The Trump Group has been a long time customer of ours and purchases our Doormen Gloves for all of their high-end luxury hotels, properties, and apartment buildings.
I know for a fact that they buy from us for our high quality, broad selection, and seasonal options but it would sure be nice if our White Gloves made it to the White House.
considered an essential part of a person’s wardrobe. Today, white gloves continue to be used for many different purposes beyond formal occasions. In any case, being white, these gloves will get soiled or dirty so we thought it would be helpful to offer some instructions due to the numerous requests we get from our customers.
First, inspect the gloves for any stains or spots. Our gloves can be machine washed on gentle cycle but hand washing is also sufficient.
If stains or spots are present, prepare the gloves for washing by placing stain remover on any of the stains or spots. Rub the stain remover into the stain using a small, soft-bristled brush. Let them sit for several minutes but no longer than 10.
Wash the gloves using cold water and use a small amount of bleach to bring out the whiteness in the gloves. It is best to wash the gloves by themselves. Washing gloves with other clothing increases the chance you might lose a glove or damage them. Never pour bleach directly onto a glove. This can damage the fabric and stitching. Always dilute the bleach in water.
You can machine dry the gloves using a cool dryer temperature but it is best drip dry or lay them flat to dry.
Note: Cotton gloves will shrink if washed in hot water or dried using a hot temperature.
Easter is almost upon us and this is just a reminder to place your order for your white gloves early.
Every year we see last minute expensive express shipments and by ordering early you can avoid these charges.
Remember, we carry the largest selection of white gloves available for ladies, gentlemen, and children.
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Reminder: Since the winter weather is still menacing us and your local shops may no longer have gloves in stock, you may want to check out some special pricing on our winter gloves – while supplies last.
Ansell-Hawkeye Glove Company (formerly Hawkeye Glove) closed down last Thursday, May 31st.
Hawkeye Glove was a primary contractor of gloves for the US Military before Ansell acquired the company in 2008 at a reported price of 10.8 million. The closure affects 22 production workers at the Fort Dodge plant and it could affect many more once it closes its other production operations.
Management blamed the plant’s closure on Pentagon budget cuts but in theory this type of glove production which is based on cut-and-sewn gloves probably led to its demise. Ansell’s core production expertise is in dipped disposable gloves and condoms and Hawkeye’s expertise was in leather and cotton glove production.
For me, the writing was on the wall when they stopped making US made Marine Corp white dress gloves
for us in 2009. It’s too bad they shuttered the business before letting us know.
It’s that time of year at Gloves-Online
and we have been frantically shipping orders to meet the demands for parade gloves
for parade units during the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend.
We wish all of you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.