I can't seem to find the thread on this from my machine here, but as
promised, these are the best gloves IMO to use for your automobile work.
I'm pretty sure that anyone can order from them (Lab Safety), but not 100%
sure. If not, or even if you can, they can probably be found cheaper
somewhere on the Internet.
You're welcome. Just to add, I cehcked the last invoice we have here at
work, and we only paid $12/box. So we may be getting some kind of company
discount here or something, but the receipt doesn't really show that.
I've used Nitrile gloves for auto work for a number of years. I'm
located in Illinois and purchase mine at a local Blain's Farm & Fleet
store. Farm & Fleet is a Wisconsin-based company with 33 stores in
Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa. Their stores are sort of a combination
Wal-Mart and Home Depot - without the lumber - with a farming bent!
They have an excellent auto and tire department. But, the Nitrile
gloves - the SyrVet brand - are available in their Animal Husbandry
Department (yep, along with the vet meds and milking supplies!). Price
is around $10 for a box of 100.
More reasonable is the word. I get mine through Grainger for $10-$13
for a box of 100. The $13 ones are better than the $10 variety as they
usually will take a better beating than the cheaper ones.
hey, good old Wal-Mart!
I must have missed it, I thought I knew just about every isle.
I was just looking at eBay, but after shipping, they don't seem as cheap.
I've been using regular medical clear ones, but they tear easily.
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