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mauipetr 04-24-2013 02:13 PM

good mechanic nitrile gloves
 
here is short video:
Great Auto Mechanic Work Gloves - YouTube
Aloha.

MikalCarbine 04-24-2013 03:39 PM

Shady link you posted, youtu.be, all others beware it may be a virus

AlexS 04-24-2013 07:17 PM

I clicked it and it actually is a youtube video. Just a dumb one about red nitrile gloves...

1rbotma 04-24-2013 11:36 PM

if you have a jeep.. gloves only get in the way.

the jeep gets dirty so does the owner!!:punk:

jrussblues 04-25-2013 12:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1rbotma (Post 3679944)
if you have a jeep.. gloves only get in the way.

the jeep gets dirty so does the owner!!:punk:

If you are working with gear oil then I will take a pair of rubber gloves any day, I wear them under my mechanics gloves. Nothing as nice as breaking a bolt and busting a knuckle.

OhSixTJ 04-25-2013 12:04 AM

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Originally Posted by MikalCarbine (Post 3677895)
Shady link you posted, youtu.be, all others beware it may be a virus

Youtu.be is just a shortened link to YouTube like tinyurl or whatever. No need to worry.

UFOtestpilot 04-25-2013 12:27 AM

I buy the 100 count boxes of grease monkey brand a few at a time because they're better than the cheap junk by a long ways and not too expensive.

I actually buy them for prepping BBQ, chopping steaks from the whole cut, working with whole chickens and the like but I've grown accustomed to using them for greasy crap on the machines where I don't need the mechanix gloves.

MikalCarbine 04-25-2013 06:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OhSixTJ (Post 3680017)

Youtu.be is just a shortened link to YouTube like tinyurl or whatever. No need to worry.

Good to know haha thanks

G-LOVE 04-25-2013 07:28 AM

I use gloves in three thicknesses (.03mm .05mm .09mm). I use the thin ones to cover my hands if I'm doing a part spray paint job, but the thicker .09 mm gloves when I'm getting down and dirty with swapping out the oil pan or dealing with paint stripper. The thinner ones break easier, but cost less.

1rbotma 04-25-2013 03:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jrussblues (Post 3680011)
If you are working with gear oil then I will take a pair of rubber gloves any day, I wear them under my mechanics gloves. Nothing as nice as breaking a bolt and busting a knuckle.

it may be weird but i don't mind the smell of gear oil or some scratches on my hands. seeing the scratches reminds me that i'm not a total loser when I'm doing homework for college.:cool:

made42 04-26-2013 02:20 AM

I always wear gloves, after many years working one heavy equipment with no gloves I now pay the price. Solvents and grease are very hard on the hands. Protect your hands now to prevent future problems.Just speaking from experience

errollins13 04-26-2013 07:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by made42 (Post 3684587)
I always wear gloves, after many years working one heavy equipment with no gloves I now pay the price. Solvents and grease are very hard on the hands. Protect your hands now to prevent future problems.Just speaking from experience

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