Post Number: 181
|Posted on Sunday, 16 May, 2004 - 08:35: |
For years I have heard of using surgical gloves when working on our cars, but did not believe that they could possibly provide any feel.
Today I removed and installed the transmission on my Turbo R using surgical gloves. OK, I ruptured 10 pairs, but they are brilliant. Negligible loss of feel, and I didn't really need to clean my hands afterwards. Not even a dirty fingernail !!
Prompted by a post on the RREC site I finally tried them out. I am sold.
Posted From: 188.8.131.52
|Posted on Sunday, 16 May, 2004 - 12:51: |
I believe that I will try a pair as anything which may help avoid Dermatitis etc.,is worthy of consideration. Any form of personal protection is better than none, the object being prevention rather than the cure.
Post Number: 24
|Posted on Monday, 17 May, 2004 - 12:47: |
I've been using them for years, the latex ones seem to last the longest on anything except using brakeclean.
They are about $8 NZ for a box of 100, cheaper and cleaner than hand cleaner and you will still be able to ballroom dance afterwards.