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Re: gloves

Thanks for all the info re gloves.  I am going to try the Nitrile.  I
normally don't wear gloves, except when I am doing brush clearing and
working in areas with poison oak.  Last summer I used the latex gloves but
they do tear easily and are so sweaty, but I want something I can dispose of
after one wearing -- don't trust washing them out!  I already have a little
poison oak from a trek down my hill and the leaves aren't even out yet and I
would have sworn I didn't touch any!
    Theresa, I also noted the kind you got at Capital Nursery.  I was just
there Saturday but although they have lots of stuff, the drought tolerant
annuals and perennials mostly aren't in yet.  Inspiring nonetheless.
--Barb Tandy, Grass Valley CA
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] gloves

> Libby, my glove fix probably came from the AHS discussion.  Like
> you, I like to feel what I am doing, and also have large hands so that
> the average women's gloves don't fit well.  I had used latex gloves
> given me by a medical friend, but found I'm terribly allergic to the
> latex - my hands were just a mass of red rash.  Someone on the
> list, possibly Marge, suggested Nitrile gloves, and I have been
> using them with much success ever since.  They aren't terribly
> sturdy, though a bit sturdier than the latex.  Thorny material will
> rip them, but if I;m reasonably careful about that sort of thing a
> pair will last through some pretty rough stuff.  It is possible to
> wash and reuse them, but I usually don't.  They are cheap enough
> that I don't feel the need.  I order them by the box of 100 from
> Gempler's, and a box lasts the season.  They have been most
> satisfactory for me.
> Auralie
> In a message dated 03/08/2005 11:25:20 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> grdner03@yahoo.com writes:
> My question to you all is: do you wear gloves for gardening and if so,
> what kind? I generally can't wear women's gloves because the fingers
> aren't long enough, and if I could wear them I'd need women's XL which
> isn't usually available. My DH thinks I'm nuts not to have worn
> gloves
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