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From: Oren on
On Thu, 29 Mar 2007 15:20:43 -0400, "Joseph Meehan"
<sligoNoSPAMjoe(a)hotmail.com> wrote:

>Linda wrote:
>> Serious now, please.
>>
>
> Don't bother with gloves.

Now THAT is serious.
--
Oren

"If things get any worse, I'll have to ask you to stop helping me."
From: hallerb on
years ago I used alcohol as a cleaner at work in bare hands, tough on
hands in winter my hands would crack.

When it got bad I would lather my hands with cream, put on those
rubber gloves at bedtime. uncomfy but you get used to it, better than
bleeding hands.

I dont use goves for much of anything

From: mar on

your a woman and you can't wash up ?

are you some sort of idiot !

why not ring your mum and do it in pairs - that what most women seem to do
these days
for every activity

you have so little on your mind you ask about this !

i'm sure you could say that about me but i really had to reply to this ,
more proof that women are stupid

:)


"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!


From: moonface 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!

If you don't want to let the water touch your skin, might I suggest papier
mache gloves. I am quite adept at making various objects from papier mache,
it would be my pleasure to fashion you a pair of sturdy kitchen helpers.

If you would like a pair then please email me a recent photograph of your
hands. If you decide that you don't want the gloves, could you please email
me a photograph of your hands anyway?

Thanks


From: Gizmo. on

<hallerb(a)aol.com> wrote in message
news:1175199663.564250.116100(a)n76g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
> years ago I used alcohol as a cleaner at work in bare hands, tough on
> hands in winter my hands would crack.

<sigh> Did you ever wonder why ?





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