Drain Opener Safety Kit
Protects eyes and hands from chemicals
Our Instant Power Drain Opener Safety Kit is essential to keep in your home. Reusable, nitrile gloves protect hands from exposure to harmful chemicals. Heavy duty gloves are chemical resistant* and latex free. Goggles protect eyes from chemical splash/spray. Soft PVC frame and adjustable headband allows for a comfortable and secure fit. Indirect venting provides maximum airflow while still providing protection.
- Kit contains: Goggles and pair of reusable gloves
FAQ's & Tips
What is it used for?
Protects eyes and hands from chemical splash/spray. Use with any work with drain openers, hazardous chemicals, household chemicals, do-it-yourself projects, painting, staining/stripping wood, gardening, and cleaning.
WHAT IS IT NOT — — USED FOR?
It is not intended for complete immersion in chemicals. THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT PROVIDE UNLIMITED EYE & HAND PROTECTION. Goggles do not provide adequate protection against severe impacts such as explosions, fragmenting, grinding, or abrasive wheels. Goggles should not be worn to provide protection from other hazards, simulated combat games (such as paintball or airsoft), sports, and lasers. Do not use for operations that expose your eyes to harmful levels of optical radiation such as burning, cutting or welding with torches, electric (arc) welding, furnace or molten metal operations, or glass blowing. Misuse may result in severe burns, serious and permanent eye injury, including blindness or death.
Before starting any project, read and adhere to all warnings and directions. Put on gloves and adjust goggles for proper fit before starting project or using chemicals. Do not use if damaged.
After each use, clean all surfaces with a mild soap or detergent solution. Do not use any solvents on
goggle lenses. Carefully rinse off all traces of soap solution, then air dry or pat dry with a clean, soft cloth or tissue.
Store (gloves unfolded) in cool dry place. Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Nitrile Glove’s Chemical Resistance
The following information is based on publicly available research data, and is intended only as a general
guide in the selection of the right glove. Variations in material thickness, chemical concentration, duration of exposure, and glove quality influence a glove’s specific protection.