In an industry in which gloves are becoming a staple, they have become a $2.5 billion business in their own right, according to a study by consulting firm Lendlease.
And they are becoming an increasingly important part of the cleaning process, as companies look to keep up with the rising demand for cleaning.
Lendlease said its research shows that gloves have become one of the fastest-growing industries in terms of sales, and that the gloves are being used to clean cars, office buildings and apartments.
They’re also being used in the construction industry, where they’re used to remove paint and other hazardous materials from buildings.
In a report to be released Tuesday, Lendleased said that for each $1 invested in gloves, the companies will be able to cut the cost of their cleaning by $4 to $7 per year.
That includes the cost for the gloves themselves, which are typically sold for $80 to $100 per pair.
Lindlease said the gloves can help keep workers safe, as they have proven to be a proven alternative to other cleaning methods.
But Lendleases findings also show that cleaning gloves are also becoming more and more popular among companies in industries that have already had the opportunity to benefit from their use.
According to Lendleres research, the gloves account for around 7% of the industry’s total revenue, and more than one-quarter of all glove sales.
They account for $8.5 to $9.7 billion annually, and a third of glove sales are going to the retail market.
And according to Lends research, glove sales have been on the rise since the 1990s.
But it is not just companies that are getting in on the gloves business.
The New York Times reported on Tuesday that a New York hotel is looking to expand its gloves business by creating an office glove room.
The Times noted that the glove room will have more than 60 gloves on hand and will be staffed by people who have worked with gloves for decades.
Lendles study found that of the companies Lendreas research looked at, about 80% had at least one glove room in place.
Lendinglease said it is a fact of life in the cleaning industry that gloves are required to be clean because of the nature of their use, but the LendLease study found it is also becoming a business.
Lappar, a company that works with gloves to provide gloves and other cleaning supplies, said that in recent years they have seen a significant increase in the demand for gloves.
In its report to the WSJ, Lappar said that the growing demand for glove cleaning products is driving the industry and that its business model has evolved from being primarily a business that provides a low-cost solution to a higher-cost business.
In fact, Lopar said, in the last 10 years they’ve had to look at ways to reduce costs and improve the quality of the products that they sell.
In an email to The Associated Press, Lapps chief executive, John Rasko, said, “The glove industry has grown dramatically in recent decades, and our focus has been to stay ahead of changing consumer tastes and evolving needs in this rapidly changing marketplace.
But our industry remains competitive and it’s important that we continue to deliver products that are at the forefront of the glove business.”