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Re: Fancy mechanic's gloves

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Subject: Re: Fancy mechanic's gloves
From: "John Viviani II" <>
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 20:16:49 -0400
We normally use the nitrile at work (large restoration shop in southeast)
for a lot of the chemical contact stuff (we do have better industrial if
needed) the Nitrile are great but can tear easy, they "grow" when used in
parts washer solution however. Some guys love the Mechanics Wear gloves
don't tear easily and seem resistant to alot of fluids and hold up well in
grease environment. The Industrial version is great with extra padding but
does make hand a bit thicker. If you can find a set of these that fit tight
(I have to go to store and keep trying on pairs until I find a perfect pair)
and a re willing to shell out the dough they can pay for themselves in the
band-aids that you won't use.


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