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If you bring up a chart you will find that each has chemicals that it resists better than the other. In some cases they are equal, and in a few cases neither works. Heavier gloves can solve the tearing problem and gloves that are powdered can solve the difficult to put on problem. I find nitrile to be more generally useful. I am glad to hear that the 7 mil HF gloves are good as I was considering giving them a try.
Originally Posted by Quickstep View Post
After getting tired of going to work with hands the color of whatever I was staining the day before, I began wearing latex gloves. Iíve noticed though that the latex gloves donít seem very durable. Sometimes they tear when Iím putting them on.

Iím wondering if the Nitrile gloves are better.

What do you guys use?
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