China Factory for 32”rubber glove-cotton linning for Naples Factories

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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 32”length(82cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, 50 pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.

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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 32”length(82cm), smooth finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, 50 pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.

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  • Learn How to Clean Skateboard Grip Tape by using natural rubber pieces.
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    Most videos and websites explain how to clean grip tape using window cleaner and scrubbing with a toothbrush. This can actually do more harm than good.

    Grip tape is made of different layers of material. The windex can affect the material and damage the grip tape. Some brands of skateboard grip tape are perforated. This means very tiny holes are all over the grip tape. What this does is help eliminate air bubbles when applying the grip tape to a skateboard.

    Perforated grip tape allows window cleaner or water to soak through and possibly ruin the adhesive of the grip tape and damage the wood of the deck.

    We recommend cleaning skateboard grip tape with natural rubber pieces. At skate shops this rubber is sold as the brand name Grip Gum. This same rubber can be found at almost any hardware store and is known as “belt sander cleaner”. Grip Gum and belt sander cleaner are sold between $6-8. These pieces will last for a large number of grip tape cleanings. At nearly any art supply store you can find small pieces of rubber for about $2 that is called “rubber cement pick-up” or “crepe rubber”.

    Unfortunately, these rubber pieces clean only the dirt and dust on the top surface of the grip tape. In order to get into deep in the grit you need to scrub it off. Many videos demonstrate using a toothbrush. This may work for some jobs, but for most jobs a toothbrush will not get down deep or scrub hard enough. The bristles are not tough and durable enough to do a good job on street or longboard skateboard grip tape.

    The best brush to use is a soft brass wire brush. A brass wire brush is able to scrub hard enough to remove crud down deep in the grip tape, and the bristles are not too stiff or hard to damage the sharp edges of the grit.

    Steps for cleaning standard (Street or Longboard) grip tape:
    1. Scrub dirty spots with wire brush
    2. Scrub/wipe off dirt with natural rubber piece.

    For really coarse grit in longboard grip tape the wire brush and rubber piece may not get the job done. Since, these grip tapes are very coarse they require a lot of resin to hold the grit, which makes these grip tapes incapable of being perforated. Because these grip tapes are not perforated it is OK to use water if needed.

    Steps for Cleaning coarse longboard grip tape:
    1. Dip wire brush in water
    2. Scrub dirty spots with wire brush
    3. Pat the wet or “muddy” area with a towel until dry. Avoid paper if possible, since it tears in the grip tape. Use a hair dryer to dry the grip tape quickly. Avoid high heat. The rubber will slide easily and clean poorly when wet or on a wet surface. This is why it is best to dry the grip tape as much as possible before using the rubber.
    4. Scrub the remaining dirt/dust with the rubber piece.

    Clear and colored grip tape use Aluminum Oxide grip. DO NOT use a wire brush for clear or colored grip tape. Colored grip tape actually uses a colored resin that holds the clear (aluminum oxide) grit in place. If you scratch this grip tape with a bush it will make the grit turn white.

    1. Try using a natural rubber and see if that cleans the grip tape to your satisfaction.
    2. If the grip is still too dirty you can use a lightly damp cloth to clean the grip tape, and then use the rubber to clean it even further.

    For any questions about this video or anything skate related send us a message.
    For more info on grip tape and what makes one brand better than another check out the article on skateboard grip tape at

    Today on the Slanted Lens we’re back out at the SKB Factory shooting an industrial portrait. It’s one of the assignments that can go really easy or really hard. So let’s get started and see what we can do.

    When I say industrial portrait, it’s not a lifestyle portrait. It’s not a documentary style portrait. It’s an industrial portrait. Which is more commercial than it is portrait. It’s about making the factory and the people look good. It’s more the kind of portrait you would see in an annual report or on a company’s website. Something they would use to represent the company. With that in mind, I want the people and the place to look very inviting. So let’s take a look at some tips on how to make that happen.
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