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Stopped by Harbor Freight to pick up some nitrile gloves. They are cleaned out. Signs posted say limit 2. According to the news station Utah is the worst state for hoarding, sales are up 250%. Apparently the natives think it is the pockylipse.

I guess I’ll probably get stung a least once tomorrow while checking for swarm cells.
 

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Stopped by Harbor Freight to pick up some nitrile gloves. They are cleaned out. Signs posted say limit 2. According to the news station Utah is the worst state for hoarding, sales are up 250%. Apparently the natives think it is the pockylipse.

I guess I’ll probably get stung a least once tomorrow while checking for swarm cells.
luckily I keep a box in every vehicle, plus more in the garage, one change I made, I wear them when I gas up and throw them in the trash.
 

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I went to see how the ones I buy from amazon are. sold out microflex supreno ec.
 

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Harbor Freight sent a email out stating they will donate all the gloves (nitrate 5 & 7 mil) to local hospitals around the stores. They could have pulled them off the shelfs already to do this.


here is part of the email :

So we’ve decided to donate our entire supply of the personal protective equipment items listed below to front line hospitals with 24 hour emergency rooms in the communities served by our stores.
• N95 Masks
• Face Shields
• 5 and 7 mil Nitrile Gloves
If you work at a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in need of these items, please ask the office in charge of procurement at your hospital to click here so they can provide us with the information we’ll need to determine if we can make a donation. If you’re not with a hospital, but would like to give us the name of a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in your community that might need our help, please email us at [email protected], identify the hospital’s city and state in the subject line, and our team will follow-up.
 

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Harbor Freight sent a email out stating they will donate all the gloves (nitrate 5 & 7 mil) to local hospitals around the stores. They could have pulled them off the shelfs already to do this.


here is part of the email :

So we’ve decided to donate our entire supply of the personal protective equipment items listed below to front line hospitals with 24 hour emergency rooms in the communities served by our stores.
• N95 Masks
• Face Shields
• 5 and 7 mil Nitrile Gloves
If you work at a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in need of these items, please ask the office in charge of procurement at your hospital to click here so they can provide us with the information we’ll need to determine if we can make a donation. If you’re not with a hospital, but would like to give us the name of a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in your community that might need our help, please email us at [email protected], identify the hospital’s city and state in the subject line, and our team will follow-up.
love it :thumbsup:
 

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I never thought of it until your comment.More people put their hands on the gas pump shopping carts than anything else.
My wife thought I was crazy when I put on my regular insulated gloves, pumped the gas and then threw them away. the other action, after going to get a prescription, was to get one of those fake pen things(not sure what to call it), so I don't have to use the fake pen at the drug store to sign my name etc, after every other person has handled it. luckily my wife had a couple she uses on her computer, may not help but better than nothing.
 

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I never thought of it until your comment.More people put their hands on the gas pump shopping carts than anything else.
Was in the grocery store here yesterday. When you unload the cart or basket, gal takes it and sprays with sanitizer before it goes back into the row of empties. The CC machine at the till gets a wipe down between customers. When they open in the morning, first hour is reserved for seniors.

They have really stepped up the game.
 
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