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From: Dave Fawthrop on
On Thu, 29 Mar 2007 15:45:20 +0100, Linda <nomail(a)riomail.com> wrote:

|!Serious now, please.
|!
|!I go and get some high-priced super chemical-resistent rubber gloves for
|!doing the washing up. A few seconds after starting I cut a small hole
|!in the gloves. What an **** idiot!

Try Glovelies they are, strong, not expensive and good enough for washing
up, and mucky jobs.
http://www.ramonhygiene.com/glovelies.htm
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From: HeyBub on
Linda wrote:
> Serious now, please.
>
> I go and get some high-priced super chemical-resistent rubber gloves
> for doing the washing up. A few seconds after starting I cut a small
> hole in the gloves. What an **** idiot!
>
> Ok, get a dishwasher. Wash sharp knives separately. I know, I know.
> But nothing seems to stop them getting holed.
>
> Happens every few days. Am getting sick of this so no I'm going to
> patch the nearly-new glove with a hole.
>
> But that's where it gets hard. If I use a self-adhesive repair patch
> for a bicycle inner tube (inside and maybe outside too (if the "hole"
> is actually more like a small cut) then the hot water.
>
> What sort of adhesive would make a good repair of the glove? Some
> adhesives make the the rubber deform (it takes a few days). Would a
> contact adhesive resist the heat of the water better? I like the
> water hot.
>
> Can anyone help. Am sure there could be lots of crazy replies and
> that's ok,. but I also want to fix this!

Get different gloves!

They make gloves for welders, mountain climbers, deep-sea divers,
astronauts, and other abusive conditions - you should be able to find
something that would work with Palmolive!

Try Harbor Freight. They have gloves with leather tips and all sorts of
permutations. Some as low as 99 cents a pair.


From: Goedjn on
On Thu, 29 Mar 2007 11:34:18 -0500, "HeyBub" <heybubNOSPAM(a)gmail.com>
wrote:

>Linda wrote:
>> Serious now, please.
>>
>> I go and get some high-priced super chemical-resistent rubber gloves
>> for doing the washing up. A few seconds after starting I cut a small
>> hole in the gloves. What an **** idiot!
>>
>> Ok, get a dishwasher. Wash sharp knives separately. I know, I know.
>> But nothing seems to stop them getting holed.
>>
>> Happens every few days. Am getting sick of this so no I'm going to
>> patch the nearly-new glove with a hole.
>>
>> But that's where it gets hard. If I use a self-adhesive repair patch
>> for a bicycle inner tube (inside and maybe outside too (if the "hole"
>> is actually more like a small cut) then the hot water.
>>
>> What sort of adhesive would make a good repair of the glove? Some
>> adhesives make the the rubber deform (it takes a few days). Would a
>> contact adhesive resist the heat of the water better? I like the
>> water hot.
>>
>> Can anyone help. Am sure there could be lots of crazy replies and
>> that's ok,. but I also want to fix this!
>
>Get different gloves!
>
>They make gloves for welders, mountain climbers, deep-sea divers,
>astronauts, and other abusive conditions - you should be able to find
>something that would work with Palmolive!
>
>Try Harbor Freight. They have gloves with leather tips and all sorts of
>permutations. Some as low as 99 cents a pair.
>


Whiting and Davis. Mail reinforced gloves.

Or
http://www.bdleusa.com/. Kevlar.

From: JoeSpareBedroom on
"Linda" <nomail(a)riomail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns9902A046350275D4AM2(a)127.0.0.1...
> Serious now, please.
>
> I go and get some high-priced super chemical-resistent rubber gloves for
> doing the washing up. A few seconds after starting I cut a small hole
> in the gloves. What an **** idiot!
>
> Ok, get a dishwasher. Wash sharp knives separately. I know, I know.
> But nothing seems to stop them getting holed.
>
> Happens every few days. Am getting sick of this so no I'm going to
> patch the nearly-new glove with a hole.
>
> But that's where it gets hard. If I use a self-adhesive repair patch
> for a bicycle inner tube (inside and maybe outside too (if the "hole" is
> actually more like a small cut) then the hot water.
>
> What sort of adhesive would make a good repair of the glove? Some
> adhesives make the the rubber deform (it takes a few days). Would a
> contact adhesive resist the heat of the water better? I like the water
> hot.
>
> Can anyone help. Am sure there could be lots of crazy replies and
> that's ok,. but I also want to fix this!


Here's a crazy idea: Learn to wash sharp knives like a smart person. This is
not rocket science. I'd explain it, but if you can't figure it out for
yourself, I doubt it would help.


From: Joseph Meehan on
Linda wrote:
> Serious now, please.
>

Don't bother with gloves.

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Joseph Meehan

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