Hot sale reasonable price 32″ rubber glove with cotton linning-rough finish for New Orleans

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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.


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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.

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  • How to Dump Your Black and Grey Holding Tanks

    • To avoid accidentally opening a valve before you’ve inserted the hose into the sewer, ALWAYS insert your sewer hose into the dump station’s hole first. Make certain that the sewer hose elbow is tightly secured in the dump station hole. Then twist the sewer hose connection to the RV’s sewer connection. Once you’re sure that everything is connected and secured properly, you’re ready to perform the tank dumping process.

    • When emptying both the black and grey tanks, dump the black water tank first before the grey water tank so the soapy water from the grey tank can clean the residue from the hose. While listening and ‘feeling’ the hose, you’ll hear/feel the liquid draining. Once it stops draining, close the valve.

    • After your black and grey tanks are empty, perform the black tank rinse, filling the tank to two-thirds full and repeat the emptying process.

    • Check to make sure that both your black and grey water tank valves are closed.

    • Make sure that the RV tank outlet cover is securely twisted back on.

    • Disconnect the sewer hose at the RV, and run water through the sewer hose to rinse it out. Remove the sewer hose from the dump station hole and rinse the outside of the hose. Rinse the area around the hole to ensure that any spillage has been cleaned up and cover the dump station hole.

    • Don’t dump the black water tank until it is at least two-thirds full. If the tank is not two-thirds full add some water to the black tank prior to disconnecting from the campsite water hookup.

    • NEVER fill your fresh water tank from a non-potable water source. Fill your fresh water tank at home, or at the campsite prior to disconnecting from your water source.

    • Don’t leave the black water tank valve open while hooked up at a campsite sewer. This will cause liquids to drain, but leaves the solid waste behind to harden on the bottom of the tank.

    • Use a good quality sewer hose. Don’t go for the cheaper hoses, as they will not hold up, and the last thing you want is to have the hose start leaking when you’re dumping the black tank. We actually carry 3 10’ Rhino brand sewer hoses. These collapse to roughly 32”, and all 3 fit nicely into our rear trailer bumper. We’ve only had to use 3 hoses once, so only having 2 hoses would normally be enough.

    • Inspect your sewer hose after each dump. If the hose is starting to look worn, replace it.

    • Carry an extra garden hose for tank rinsing in case the dump station doesn’t have one, or the dump station hose connection is ‘buggered up’. We use a solid green hose, which is a totally different color that our fresh water hoses. If the sign states non-potable water, always use the green hose. We use a white/blue and a solid blue hose for our fresh water.

    • Store the non-potable water hose separately in an area where it won’t come into contact with your fresh water hose. We store the fresh water hoses in a plastic container, while we store the non-potable hose in another.

    • NEVER use your fresh water hose for rinsing sewer hoses or the dump station area. NEVER!

    • Wear protective rubber gloves and avoid touching the outside of the gloves.

    • Even if other RVers are waiting to use the dump station, take your time, and empty and flush your tanks. Remember, those waiting in line have to perform the same tasks, so they’ll understand what you’re doing. And this whole process should only take you 10 – 15 minutes.

    • Before you begin to add your chemicals and water to the holding tanks, always pull far enough up and out-of-the-way from the dump station, which allows the next RVer in line to start their dumping process.

    • Never put anything other than the contents of your holding tanks into the sewer. Deposit your trash in the appropriate trash can at the dump station area.

    • NEVER leave the dump station area cluttered with your trash or effluent. Always leave the dump station area cleaner than you found it. On our 30 day park hopping trip, we had to spend an extra 20 minutes cleaning up after someone’s effluent on the pavement. It’s a nasty cleaning chore to say the least, so PLEASE clean up after yourself.

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    Norm and Phyllis



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    DIY Crafts For Kids:
    Glow In The Dark Bubbles:
    Dish soap
    Water
    Non Toxic Glow in the dark paint
    Non Toxic Green Neon Paint

    DIY Bouncy Ball:
    ½ Cup Warm Water
    1 Tb Borax

    2 Tb White Liquid Glue
    Food Coloring
    Disposable rubber gloves (optional)

    Fizzy Bath Dough:
    1 tbsp Coconut Oil
    1 cup baking soda
    1/2 cup Cream Of Tarter
    1-2 drops food coloring
    1-2 Drops Spearmint Essential Oil
    (I mentioned eucalyptus in the video, but for young children under 2 it’s best to use spearmint instead. Always do research about essential oils before using as there is much debate on which ones are appropriate for children.)
    Plastic Container

    Unicorn Poop Slime:
    ½ Cup Warm Water
    1 Tb Borax

    1/2 Cup white school glue
    1 tbsp Warm Water
    Food coloring (pink, blue, & yellow)
    Clear Plastic Cups
    Stirring Sticks

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