An invention for staining (and other dirty jobs)

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There are chemical (Neoprene) gloves just for that purpose. Less effective, but you can use hand lotion or (a small amount) petroleum jelly on your hands just before you stain.
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On Sat, 04 Mar 2006 15:24:24 GMT, with neither quill nor qualm, Jerome

Best (only) solution: DON'T STAIN WOOD!

Yes, the Gloves in a Bottle lotions work great, too.

HF nitriles are pretty thin but strong. $11 per hundred; less on sale. I can reuse them half a dozen times if I talc my hands first, though they come with some talc in 'em.
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On Sat, 04 Mar 2006 14:40:36 -0800, Larry Jaques
How would you know if you don't stain? <G>
Will an LJ expose video, shot with a hidden cell phone camera, show up on the 'net?
I can see the spam:
"Larry stains cherry!" $5 for 24 hours of instant access!
Watch out Paris Hilton! <G> Barry
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On Sat, 04 Mar 2006 23:23:54 GMT, with neither quill nor qualm, Ba r r

For keeping your hands clean. I've used it for working with auto repair, CLEARCOAT wood finishing (is there any other kind?), working with nasty acids and bases, etc. All sorts of uses, duuuude.

Bite your tongue, heathen! That will never happen! So send the Hilton or Pamela Anderson tapes to me instead. Thanks.
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I play too Jerome and I use quite a few different solvents to clean my hands. I've never had a problem with my calluses softening, or any like problem.
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I mountain bike with an orthopedic surgeon. I'm also a "customer", he "fixed" carpal tunnel in both hands and a broken shoulder and collarbone for me.
This guy NEEDS his hands to do precise work. You should see him bash into rocks, logs, and trees... The way he treats his hands mystifies me. <G>
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Nitrile gloves
http://gss-store.com/category/glovesdisposable.nitrilegloves /
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Try a Nitrile glove. I use them for glue up and finishing of all kinds. Don't remember anything affecting them like finishes will the laytex gloves.
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Yep the nitrile gloves work great Thanks all
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