I use nitrile gloves I pick up where I used to work. Do you know
anyone who works in a biology/chemistry lab or in a medical profession?
Even if they can't just bring a box home, they could probably order
you some of the good ones; possibly with a contract discount.
You can get them at most Auto Parts stores. For whatever reason the
O'Reilly's store near me keeps them in the back so I have to ask the
counter fellow for a box every time.
BTW they are great for keeping Gorilla Glue from staining your hands.
That's good to know -- thanks. I've been getting my nitrile gloves from the
one and only Rockler store in Indianapolis, which is about 20 miles away,
through some of the city's worst traffic -- but there's an O'Reilly's store
about five minutes from home, and SWMBO passes another one on her way to and
from work. Thanks for the tip.
Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
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