Nitrile gloves are available without textured fingertips, though you can turn textured ones inside out and they work sort of OK. Nitrile gloves are safest to use for health reasons because they are more hypoallergenic, but they don't fit nearly as snugly as latex and are a bear to put on because they have so little stretch. They always seem to bag, no matter what I do. You can purchase them at pharmacies. You can cut the fingers off gloves to use as individual cotlets. I purchase un-powdered gloves when I use full gloves and use corn starch on my hands as a lubricant.
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