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    Quote Originally Posted by RMedbery View Post
    Non-disposable gloves are not an option for greasers. I get those $1 brown gloves and then put on a pair of disposable nitrile gloves over that.
    How many pair do you go through on an average job Rog?
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  • #12

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    A couple pair of brown gloves will last the winter. 1 - 3 pair of disposables per job. I also wear disposable coveralls, I often wipe the grease from my hands on the coveralls. I use 1 pair of coveralls per night, 2 jobs. I get the 6 mil gloves for about $6 for a box of 100. Coveralls are $1.05 a piece.

    Actually thats all a lie......................I try not to work more than once or twice a week anymore.

  • #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMedbery View Post
    A couple pair of brown gloves will last the winter. 1 - 3 pair of disposables per job. I also wear disposable coveralls, I often wipe the grease from my hands on the coveralls. I use 1 pair of coveralls per night, 2 jobs. I get the 6 mil gloves for about $6 for a box of 100. Coveralls are $1.05 a piece.

    Actually thats all a lie......................I try not to work more than once or twice a week anymore.
    You are too much...I am reading this..trying to count gloves...overalls and then get to punch line ...LOL...good stuff R...hope things are cool in your neck of the woods.
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    I like the seal skin waterproof gloves, they work well for me in the winter for cleaning windows(no they aren't made from seal skin!)
    Clint Wheeler
    Hill Country Window Cleaning & Pressure Washing
    Serving The TX Hill Country
    (210)452-2823

  • #15

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    As Florin mentioned, neoprene dive gloves will work well. Use to do a lot of wreck diving here off the coast of NJ. On the boat I worked, we use to have a New Year's day single dive for fun. Water at depth was often in the low 40's. With a good dry suit, special insulated underware, and neoprene hood and gloves, kept pretty warm.

    Only problem may be lack of finger dexterity. Thick neoprene is not real flexible.
    - Rick Petry
    Windsor WoodCare
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    Central NJ deck restoration services
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  • #16

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    I use these
    http://www.perfectfitglove.com/image...20Brochure.pdf
    Not water proof, but warm and cheap. I carry a few pairs, when they get soaked, I change em out.
    Isaac Baghdanov
    NW ProWash LLC
    Pressure Washing Portland

  • #17

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    Check out
    http://www.rangerjoes.com/sealskinz-gloves-p-30.html
    Seal skin gloves from Ranger Joes. Lots of guys in the Army use these. They help insulate you against hot water too. For Greasers I would put them inside some Playtex kitchen type gloves. Their $30 a pair.

    Jeff Jacobs
    Jacobs Pressure Cleaning
    JacobsPressureCleaning@gmail.com
    Melbourne, FL 32940
    jpcpressurecleaning.com
    321-610-4270




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