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Old 10-02-2004
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Whats a Blue Nitrile glove and where do you get them.

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Old 10-03-2004
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I feel left out!
First a question for Mr. C, then for Forrest! What about me?

Well, if it's all the same to you, I'll step in on this question too.

A blue nitrile glove is a nitrile glove that's colored blue.

Seriously, it's a multipurpose glove that's disposeable.
They can be found in Canada from places like Wal-Mart (pharmacy section) to parts places like Princess Auto.
In the States, I would guess WM may carry them. If not, try a hospital supply place.

The ones I have are latex free (in case you're allergic to latex), non-powdered, a little stretchy, fairly grippy, and lists first aid, cleaning, gardening, painting, and mechanical work as some uses for them.

Hope this helps!

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The detailing gloves sold nowadays are milky colored latex. They do a great job of protecting your hands from product smells and stain, but aren't very durable, and they're incompatible with some chemicals.

As Mama's Boy indicated, the nitrile ones are rubber instead, much more durable, and aren't effected by the polishes in Mag & Aluminum Polish. They're great to apply Billet Metal Polish with (direct to the surface, instead of using an applicator).

You can find them at grocery stores, auto parts stores, and big box retailers like Wal-Mart.

There are few sounds more terrifying than the snapping on of rubber gloves. I remember once when I went to the doctor, heard that sound and then he said it wouldn't hurt a bit.......
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Mama's Boy

I didn't leave you out, you were next, I'm going alphabetically, C than F, then you M.

Just kidding, Forrest posted on another forum about the gloves for detailing, I had never heard of them and I read a lot of detailing posts, Like to keep on top of things.

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"There are few sounds more terrifying than the snapping on of rubber gloves. I remember once when I went to the doctor, heard that sound and then he said it wouldn't hurt a bit......."


Also Forrest, I told you before, when you hear the snapping of the third glove get out of there fast, its not safe.

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