What latex gloves… Home › Forum › Bike Forum › What latex gloves… Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 20 posts - 1 through 20 (of 20 total) What latex gloves… unklehomeredSubscriber won’t fall to bits when dealing with Dot4? (and other bike chemicals but dot4 strikes me as being the nastiest going.) I’ll be honest first lot I bought were great, next lot useless – both random Ebay purchases, wondering if there is a specific thing I should be looking for. Ta muchly. Posted 5 years ago grim168Member The ones from work 😳 Posted 5 years ago gazcMember just got the cheapest box of 100 blue nitrile gloves off ebay. doing the job fine for me Posted 5 years ago mundiesmiesterMember Get to your local TPS – they were doing 100 Latex gloves last month for £4.49 http://www.thetradepartsspecialists.co.uk/ Posted 5 years ago unklehomeredSubscriber Yeah, I should have stashed loads when I had access to lab gloves. Posted 5 years ago mattzzzzzzMember Yeh blue nitrile here too, much better than latex Posted 5 years ago thomthumbMember use nitrile – you can develop latex allergy by using latex gloves. Posted 5 years ago grievoustimMember Whatever the current mrs can get from work (I seem to have a habit of marrying/ dating medical professionals) Posted 5 years ago unklehomeredSubscriber nitrite I think may have been the word I was looking for. Many thanks chaps… and powder free, I made that mistake before too… Posted 5 years ago johnhighfieldMember Got a box of 100 blue nitriles last time I bought some big toy parts from the GSF (German Swedish French) car spares shop – they seem fine… Posted 5 years ago zangolinMember 100 pairs of Nitrile gloves off of Ebay with postage around £5-£6 ish. Loads of sellers to choose from. Posted 5 years ago mattzzzzzzMember Car spares place- box of them for about a fiver Posted 5 years ago jd-boyMember nitrile purple gloves are the way to go, 8) Posted 5 years ago WallySubscriber Yep – I buy blue nitrile by the 1000….:-O Posted 5 years ago solarpoweredMember +1 for blue nitrile. Don’t degrade Posted 5 years ago nealgloverMember use nitrile – you can develop latex allergy by using latex gloves. You would need to be wearing Latex gloves a lot more often than a bit of bike maintenance to develop an allergy. You would really need to be wearing them all day, constantly, for a good number of years to be at any risk. I wear them maybe 5 or six times a day for half an hour or so at a time and haven’t had any issues. Posted 5 years ago zerocoolMember The cheapest nitrile gloves you can buy. Try Screwfix and the like. I just borrow them from work Posted 5 years ago trailflowMember If you want something cheaper 100 X PLASTIC DISPOSABLE POLYTHENE GLOVES £1.48 Delivered Posted 5 years ago scruffMember I’ve just tried a few sets of proper surgery ones, even come separately wrapped & preformed for each hand. Still ripped on my fork dials though. Posted 5 years ago wheelieSubscriber Nitrile with latex on top… especially when working with resins. When latex get resiny or oily put new ones on, and you are still protected underneath with the nitriles Posted 5 years ago Viewing 20 posts - 1 through 20 (of 20 total) The topic ‘What latex gloves…’ is closed to new replies.