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Radnor - 6 Mil Large Powder Free Nitrile Gloves, 100 pc.

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A lot of very common chemicals associated with woodworking aren’t very good for you. You certainly wouldn’t ingest them, or splash them in your eyes, so why allow them to contact your skin? Nitrile...

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A lot of very common chemicals associated with woodworking aren’t very good for you. You certainly wouldn’t ingest them, or splash them in your eyes, so why allow them to contact your skin? Nitrile gloves provide inexpensive protection for your skin, plus they’re exceptionally good at keeping your hands free of stain and glue. What’s different about these 100% Nitrile gloves? At 6 mil thick, they’re really tough and they are powder free so there’s no extra dust in the air to spoil your finish. During our own product testing, we found our 6 mil gloves to be resistant to “burn out” when finishing pens with Titebond Instant Bond CA Glue! Inexpensive, tough and although these gloves are considered disposable, they are very reusable. Sold in boxes of 100 gloves.


• 100% Nitrile

• 6 mil thick

• Inexpensive

• Protective

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    Decent gloves

    More than adequate for applying finishes, reasonable price. Perhaps sized a bit small - I would suggest large for adult male as the medium is too tight. Sometimes will tear during sanding, but seem adequate for most jobs.

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