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    What glove does every one prefer to use.
    I use these for cabling https://www.menards.com/main/home-de...84251631616544

    these for general work https://www.menards.com/main/home-de...41661569890267
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    How did we survive without Menards?

    I use Ugly Gloves and rubber gloves from Harbor Freight. The 9 mill ones.

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    Hand condoms on every job, PVC coated gloves over the top on sewers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixitright View Post
    How did we survive without Menards?

    I use Ugly Gloves and rubber gloves from Harbor Freight. The 9 mill ones.
    I have no idea
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    I really miss the yellow and black ugly gloves they were awesome to use while cabling sewers. My current employer provides these blue heavy rubber gloves. Sewer cable has a tendency to grab ahold of em if im not careful.

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    https://www.uline.com/BL_1325/Double...Leather-Gloves

    We have used these forever. They work good for us and last good also. I buy them by the carton so we always have them. Always keep 2 pair out in the winter with one pair always under the heater so they stay warm. Helps the OLD hands
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    I don't like leather they hold the stink.

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    I wash them. When they are too shitty. I just toss them
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