Whatever you come across, the Nasty Grab It Glove has you covered!
Features Multiple Gripping Teeth Inside Its Two Holding Sides
Can Be Widely Opened and Tightly Closed
Allows A User to Firmly Grip and Hold Whatever They Need to Pick Up and Carry
Completely Shields and Protects the Entire Hand
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor James M. Spears of Little Rock, AR has designed a glove for gripping, holding, transporting, or disposing undesirable items ranging from trash or construction waste, to broken glass, to animal droppings. As an inventor, James observed the need for a glove that could partially cover the hand, fingers, and thumb, while also allowing the user flexibility when picking up and transporting nasty materials to their destination. In turn, he was inspired to create the Nasty Grab It Glove!The invention is a unique one-size-fits-all glove designed for both men and women. It is made from semi flexible plastic and will fit snugly in the palm of the hand, where it can be widely opened and tightly closed while in use. The glove features multiple gripping teeth inside its two holding sides, allowing a user to firmly grip and hold whatever they need to pick up and carry in a safe manner. Most notably, the glove completely shields and protects the entire hand from being exposed to filthy and possibly hazardous items or materials. After use, the glove can be easily washed or rinsed off until needed again.Ready to learn more about the Nasty Grab It Glove? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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