Dawn Ultra: Elite Super Premium Gloves Review

Dawn Ultra: Elite Super Premium Gloves Review & Giveaway

As a crafter my hands get abused constantly, despite mt best efforts to keep them safe.

When I work on projects I often use disposable gloves, which due to the flimsy nature, only allows for one use. I always reflect on what a waste this is, and always think I should invest in a more permanent pair for painting. When I saw that Dawn Ultra had a pair of gloves I was curious if a permanent pair really was the right idea.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Dawn/Butler Products. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a pair of Dawn Ultra – Elite Super Premium Gloves for review.

The Dawn Ultra – Elite Super Premium Gloves are premium latex gloves that will keep your hands safe while you do crafts, or dishes. Since these are constructed with latex bonded with a nylon shell these will keep your hands insulated and comfortable.

The Dawn Ultra: Elite Super Premium Gloves also feature a little loop to make the drying and hanging of these easy to reach when they are needed. These are a high quality set of gloves that have already protected my hands during a rather messy painting project.

If you are looking for a comfortable pair of gloves that can be used on anything from pets, cleaning, dishes, bathrooms and even crafts – get a pair of these Dawn Ultra: Elite Super Premium Gloves.


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GIVEAWAY: Dawn is giving one set of Elite Super Premium Gloves to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win 1 set of Dawn Ultra: Elite Super Premium Gloves – This is a $6.97 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on April 29th (4/29/2017) to receive this glove duo!  Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Dawn/Butler Products. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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38 thoughts on “Dawn Ultra: Elite Super Premium Gloves Review

  1. Lisa V.

    Does cooking/baking count? If so, those are my faves. But if those don’t count, then I guess I gotta go with laundry. I can’t say laundry is a favorite but I can tolerate it!

  2. Catherine Lewis

    Can there be a favorite chore? I guess mine would be vacuuming. I like how it looks when I’m done.

  3. Jen Dantuma

    My favorite household chore is to do a quick clean sweep – go around the house and just put things away. It doesn’t take long and I do it a few times a day, but makes the house look cleaner than it is. lol

  4. MaryAnn

    That’s an odd question for me because that is like asking my favorite of my least favorite things to do. lol. I guess I would have to say washing clothes.

  5. jberry

    I adore vacuuming. I’d like these, just last week I had to retire my elbow length zebra print latex gloves.

  6. Sarah Hall

    I think my favorite chore is sweeping the kitchen since it looks so good after it’s done.

  7. Margot C

    My favorite? Um … can I say ‘none’? OK, the best is washing dishes because you feel like you have accomplished something. (I always use Dawn, and gloves – just sayin’)

  8. Kathleen Tracey

    Wow this is a tuffy. I guess I would have to say that moping is my favorite chore. I like a clean floor.

  9. Yvonne Delgado

    My favorite household chore is doing the dishes or laundry, but just not putting them away.

  10. Leah Shumack

    Laundry is my favorite chore. Probably because I get to enjoy the smell of fresh laundry. Or I get to wrap myself in a warm blanket or towel when they come out of the dryer. Now my kid tags along on sheet/towel day tho LOL

  11. James Nickerson

    I love the idea of a more permanent glove, I have used some in the past but if any water gets in them, mold can grow so make sure you “reverse” them to dry out if you accidently get any water in them.


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