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    Default gloves

    I am a glove-wearer (I know it's not for everyone but it works for me) and wanted to pass on information on some sting-proof gloves that I now use - they are True Blue Gloves, and are thin enough to allow handling frames but thick enough for the bees to not sting through. They are vinyl gloves with a built-in cotton liner so they don't stick to my hands either.

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    Default Re: gloves

    Were did you buy them?

    John

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    Default Re: gloves

    I got them at World Market, but they are available on the internet (Amazon has them); they are heavy duty dishwashing gloves so they may also be available in department stores that sell kitchen stuff.

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    Default Re: gloves

    Bucko gloves is the only way to go. Section 22 http://www.buckogloves.com/catalog.html.

    I order them by the case.

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    Default Re: gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by EastSideBuzz View Post
    Bucko gloves is the only way to go. Section 22 http://www.buckogloves.com/catalog.html.

    I order them by the case.
    They have 45 pages in the catalog. Which gloves do you buy?
    Last edited by LeonardS; 04-06-2012 at 11:18 AM. Reason: Correction

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    Default Re: gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by LeonardS View Post
    They have 45 pages in the catalog. Which gloves do you buy?
    Section 22.

    Tony P.
    There must be a harder way to do that... let me find it for you.

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    Default Re: gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by toekneepea View Post
    Section 22.

    Tony P.
    Great, I see them now. Is their pricing on the Site? I didn't see a place to order.

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    Default Re: gloves

    Just call them, they are about nine bucks a pair.

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    Default Re: gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsl View Post
    True Blue Gloves...... They are vinyl gloves with a built-in cotton liner so they don't stick to my hands either.
    I use something similar - but with no elastic on the cuff, how do you keep them from going down the glove?
    Most times it's not a problem, but every once in a while....

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    Default Re: gloves

    I put my suit sleeves over the gloves to keep them out (I wear an Ultrabreeze suit and the sleeves have velcro/elastic in the cuffs.)

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