Childrens Beekeeping Gloves | Bee Keeper Gloves Thick Cowhide Leather | Tear Resistance Soft Durable
The Childrens Beekeeping gloves are made of thick cowhide leather. The leather is prepared professionally using Chrome free technology to protect your hands against any kind of allergy. The 0.8mm thickness of the leather makes it very protective against bee stings.
Childrens Beekeeping gloves protect your hands with these thick cowhide leather with long thick canvas sleeves to protect your arms. The genuine Leather gloves provide more protection, as a Bee’s sting is unable to penetrate in the glove.
While lighter cowhide gloves provide more dexterity, which allows you to handle your bees more carefully and reduces the threat of being stung. Also allows you to work comfortably with lighter and flexible Bee keeper gloves.
Comfortable & Durable
The Childrens Beekeeping gloves are made of cowhide leather feels soft & snug fit. Wearing poorly fitting beekeeping gloves will make it harder to work your hives, increase clumsiness and risk of squashing your bees and being stung.
Ventilated Ergonomic Design
Long canvas sleeve & fully vented sleeve, so they don’t get overly hot. wearing poor-fitting hot. Beekeeper gloves will make it harder to work your hives, increase clumsiness and risk of squashing your bees.
Your child will feel cool & safe with ventilation, while working with your honeybees, preventing stings while still keeping comfortable.
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- Thick Cowhide Leather
- Chrome free Leather
- Fingers Separately Cut and Stitched Professionally
- Polyester Mesh Ventilated Cuff
- Jeans Stuff Upper Arm
- Elasticized Upper Arm Closure
- 100% Sting Proof Cuff
How to clean beekeeping gloves?
Wash the gloves using a mixture of warm water and hand soap or a mild detergent. Soak the gloves overnight in cold chlorine water to remove any remaining dirt and loosen stains. Rinse the gloves thoroughly and then dry them in the sun.
Can you wash leather beekeeping gloves in washer?
Leather is very tough, so you don't have to worry about damaging them with regular washing. However, do be careful with the cold chlorine water.