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Old 11-20-2016, 03:36 PM
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Are those the ones advertised a only one fingewr slightly used
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Old 11-20-2016, 11:11 PM
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There are now an almost endless number of nitrile gloves on the market, Ive tried some from Gemplers, that are almost not disposable, they are so thick ( and overpriced ). Ive been using them since the 80s, back when you bought, exam gloves by the case, over the phone, at the time, it was the only way I knew to find them. Now they are everywhere. Costco has a decent cheap glove, but I still use medical exam gloves. I get mine from a Vet supply house mostly.

My last tub of GO-JO hand cleaner lasted over a year. I wear gloves for everything I do anymore. Been using nitrile gloves about 5 years and I won't go back.

Last place I worked thought they were getting smart buying the cheapest gloves possible. I used them at an alarming rate.

These are what we currently use and they are GREAT!
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Old 11-21-2016, 05:34 PM
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I rarely use gloves.
Mostly because I am elbow deep in a job before I think of it.
I do use the liquid dishwashing soap.
If it was a real dirty greasy job I follow up the washing with a glob of cheap hand lotion worked in real good.
You can see it turn gray as the grease mixes with the lanolin.
Then another wash and you are ready for your daughter’s wedding.
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Old 11-21-2016, 06:05 PM
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When I get into a nasty job I start the cleaning process with WD 40 after it soaks a bit it will remove most of the dirt,. Then I proceed to a hand cleaner I got from Keith that takes most of the rest off then either a squirt of dish deturgent or a scrub with my preferred bar soap. finally I rub in some hand lotion to keep my hand oh so soft.
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