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Old 02 April 2011, 11:27   #1
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Nitrile Gloves

Hi

I'm looking for a place to buy a box of cheap nitrile gloves for restoring the gelcoat on the hull of a rib.

Everywhere online I have looked seems to be 7+!!

Any ideas

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Old 02 April 2011, 11:30   #2
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Yeh, don't be so tight!
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These are top, top quality at no money. I supplied this guy with these gloves.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/n-dex-nitrile-...item230ded1a4d
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DONT buy powder free!!! They are a real pain in the a''e to get on

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DONT buy powder free!!! They are a real pain in the a''e to get on

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At that price, buy some talc...
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At that price, buy some talc...
They're aren't actually that cheap, if there is only 50 gloves in a box, the norm is a hundred.

Also, it's normal practise to wear 2 on each hand, as when the inevitable happens, it's a lot easier to rip a sticky one off, leaving a fresh one underneath.

I'd certainly agree with the "powder" though, without it they're a devil to get on.
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Draper do a box of 100. Can be sourced from most motor-factors. Better than latex, and are difficult to tear. I used to go through 10 pairs of the latex gloves if I was servicing the car, as they ripped easily. Dig deep... they come in just under a tenner!
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