Just never used gloves. My hands over the years were so toughened up I could survive burns and many cut. Years ago no one wore gloves either.
The only time now I use gloves is if I am using something like Por15 or something that will not come off. Or on a rare occasion if I have to remove hot headers at a race.
I don’t begrudge only one yo use them but I just work better with a direct touch.
Never ever liked the palm coated gloves, if I need a liquid-resistant glove it's gonna be all around, I can't stand diesel and gasoline soaking through the back.
90% of the time, I just use my padded Mechanix M-Pact fingerless gloves, they've saved my hands from a bench vise falling on them (long story), keep me from cutting my palms up, and leave my fingers to be dextrous (I know from experience you do NOT want a bolt falling into the supercharger on an A-26 Invader). If I really want to keep grease/oil off my hands I grab some heavy duty disposable gloves. I own some leather palm/synthetic back unpadded Mechanix full fingered gloves but I almost never use them.
For initial set up, a simple latex glove is recommended for positioning the brewer, opening the K cup box, and grabbing a mug. At PVC coated waterproof cloth glove is recommended for filling the tank on the brewer with water. Then, select the K cup using a disposable 5 - 8 mil nitrile glove and place in the brewer. Initiate brewing bare handed so as to get proper tactile feel on the buttons. Once the coffee is brewed, don welding gloves to protect hands from heat of the cup and remove the cup. Remove and switch to PVC coated cloth and remove creamer from refrigerator. Add creamer to coffee. Switch to a cloth jersey glove and stir the coffee. Switch back to welding gloves and enjoy!