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Kirkland Signature Nitrile Exam Gloves Latex Free Medium - 150 Gloves (Pack of 2) | Kitchen



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• Count: 2 boxes of 150
• Latex Free
• Medium


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Product Description
Kirkland Signature Nitrile Gloves are latex free and perfect for a variety of uses.

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