Woodworking Gloves
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  Re: Woodworking Gloves by Smoothjazz077 (I have an outdoor sh...)
My son works at a factory that makes window glass for almost all the cars and trucks being made.....and can bring a pair of the cut resistant gloves they wear all the time...since I do take blood thinners, kind of keeps the cuts down.....they are a bit grippy...they are for picking up sheets of glass...
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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  Re: RE: Woodworking Gloves by bandit571 (My son works at a fa...)
(12-02-2018, 03:06 AM)bandit571 Wrote: My son works at a factory that makes window glass for almost all the cars and trucks being made.....and can bring a pair of the cut resistant gloves they wear all the time...since I do take blood thinners, kind of keeps the cuts down.....they are a bit grippy...they are for picking up sheets of glass...

I have been trying out a pair of cut resistant gloves made for chefs.  They fit great and feel like you have nothing on.
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  Re: RE: Woodworking Gloves by enjuneer ([quote='Smoothjazz07...)
(11-26-2018, 11:06 AM)enjuneer Wrote: I like Maxiflex Ultimate gloves. They fit well and the nitrile coated palm provides good grip on tools. 

I buy them on eBay

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I just bought a pair of these to try out - I like them and will be buying more. Thanks for the reference!
Cliff
ex-TX, now Maine!
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