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Old 04-20-2017, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Need some advice on what kind of gloves or any hand protection that anyone uses to apply CA finish? Never fails I get some on my hands whenever I use it.
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Buy the cheapest nitrile gloves from Harbor Freight so you can throw them out when you are done with them after each use.
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And even with gloves have some acetone within reach with the cap off ready to go.


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I put painters tape on my index finger, it works ok.
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I use the plastic bags the pen parts are in.
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I wear the 5 mil from Harbor Freight and put tape around the finger holding the paper towel.
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I've glued the paper towel to my finger too many times, but using the BLO method helps with that.
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Nitrile gloves from harbor Freight.
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Use craft foam instead of paper towels or gloves. Its available at Hobby Lobby and Michaels for about 90 cents for an 8 x 10 piece.
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I use the plastic baggies from the pen kits. I started out using glove and found the baggies work better for me. Free. Always have them right there. Easy on and off.

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