Fixed Competitive Price 32″ rubber glove with cotton linning-rough finish to Venezuela Factory
Heavy duty rubber glove, made of 100% natural latex. 32” length(82cm), rough finish, seamless, cotton lining, ambidextrous style (fits either hand), 800g/pair, 50pairs/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), rough finish, seamless, cotton lining, ambidextrous style (fits either hand), 800g/pair, 50pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.
Garden Products Direct: Premium Goatskin Leather Gardening/Rose Pruning Gloves #Review #GardenProductsDirect http://wp.me/p2B5Rd-1PC
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Having a large amount of rose bushes is wonderful and the blooms in Southern California are well enjoyed into December and even sometimes beyond, if the temperatures remain warmer. The one thing that always makes a task easier, is having the right tools to perform it. I have used many garden gloves and one thing many gloves do not provide, is enough support and protection where a thorn from a stem could penetrate. I end up getting stabbed and poked with even gloves on the first use. I have used all materials from the self-curing rubbers, to nylons that have extra thread support. Most I end up using for digging and planting when they fail against even protecting me when I trim the dwarf citrus trees. If they can’t protect me against those thin thorns, my roses are better trimmed bare handed than having to deal with ill forming gloves.
I was sent a pair of rose pruning garden gloves from Garden Products Direct. These are different to those I have found in the “big box stores”, which tends to think ladies just plant pansies and daisies, so we need zero protection from those thorn-less varieties. Most gloves in stores are thin with beautiful designs and colors, however they really just may keep your hands and nails clean when a manicure is not the only thing I am trying to save. I’m looking for overall protection and finally found a pair that may just be up for the tasks I complete. The premium gloves from Garden Products Direct have:
Heavy-Duty but still remain soft so you can bend digits and be able to grasp everything from thorny stalks to soft blooms you want to save to create a vase arrangement.
Made with 100% goat grain leather and extra long sleeves, which are made from cowhide. This sleeve/cuff provides extra protection when having to trim between branches.
The gloves are designed for working hands, so they remain smaller along the fingers and wrist, but still provide enough dexterity to be able to grasp tools from shovels to clippers.
The glove’s material also produces lanolin, which keeps hands hydrated and soft when worn and used.
Retail Price Point: $23.99 and that is the same price point for sizes small through large via Amazon. The gloves are Unisex and I found the size small fit my hands and arms perfectly. Due to having short and smaller arms, the glove is loose and longer (goes past my elbow), but I can easily fold the cuff at the end to provide a form fitting that is customized to my size.
The gloves being made from natural leathers/hides will have a odor but nothing out of the norm, and I pretty much associate it with the scents you get from leather-goods, like from wallets, purses, and jackets made of such materials. This is to be expected and it’s not a chemical laden scent, so that was welcoming and was easy to air out by leaving them out overnight in the garage. I ordered a size small because my biggest gripe with gloves has been fit. The fingers are always too long and wide with my former gloves and this ends up frustrating me when I am trying to grasp because I lose that “real feel” when it comes to gardening. I end up over manipulating plants when planting because I lose dexterity when fabrics remain stiff but too thin to even prevent dirt granules from entering and soiling both the inside of my glove and hands. The gloves from Garden Products Direct fit perfectly and allowed my fingers to bend with ease while sti………….
I received the above product(s) free of charge from Garden Products Direct. I am not obligated to provide a positive or favorable review, just my honest opinion. My review is based on my experience with the product and/or brand, which may differ from yours.
A guide to making simple soft plastic paddle tail fishing lure, from making the master, creating a mould to pouring and fishing.
For a more in-depth look at cooking and pouring soft plastic the second part of the my making simple worm videos covers this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSPMrxW6CHI
Paddle Tail tools and materials
Wooden Lollipop stick
Mitre saw or ruler and fine saw
100grit sandpaper attached or laid on a flat surface
Aluminium car body mesh (normally available from auto supplies)
Large grip clips
Polymer clay (Super Sculpey) (craft shops/art shops or online)
Pasta Machine or rolling pin and flat surface
Standard kitchen oven
Wet and dry sand paper starting no less than 400 grit to as fine as you have
Piece of picture framing glass as mould base
Lego mould box
Low viscosity RTV silicone such as Polycraft GP-3481-F RTV Silicone
Flexible liquid PVC, lure lube and colours for making the lures
Microwave safe Jug
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