Product Review – Tool Bench Hardware Grip & Nitrile Coated Gloves


By Nathan Wertheimer
Independent Reviewer

Recently, I purchase two different types of Tool Bench Hardware gloves at the Dollar Tree in Central Florida for just one dollar per pair. These new gloves were used for work purposes only. There is a big difference between the two. Both are manufactured in China and imported to the United States and Canada.

What is the Tool Bench Hardware brand? This is an exclusive brand made for exclusively for Greenbrier International, Inc. for the Dollar Tree stores. They make more than just gloves, tape, hardware tools, and everything else in between.

I browsed the Dollar Tree looking for work gloves when I found and purchased the Tool Bench Hardware Nitrile Coated Gloves. These pair of gloves is latex free, came in the color gray, and are cotton on one side. The UPC code for these gloves is 6-39277-42553-9. While using them for work, I found that these gloves would turn a slight yellow tint on the coating of the gloves when it came in contact with clean water from the faucet. It is unknown at this time if other consumers are having the same issue.

Next, I purchased the Tool Bench Hardware Grip Gloves. These gloves come in a variety of colors such as black, red, blue, and much more. The inter side of the gloves have a rough texture for gripping any object. The UPC code for these gloves is 6-39277-10833-3.

Finally, after using both gloves. I prefer buying the Grip Gloves to the Nitrile Coated Gloves. The choice is yours to make. Both styles of gloves can only be purchased in-store at your local Dollar Tree. However, both of these products are not available online at this time. For more information please visit .

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