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DIY clear disposable gloves, reduced to 12p! @ Tesco
DIY clear disposable gloves, reduced to 12p! @ Tesco

DIY clear disposable gloves, reduced to 12p! @ Tesco

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DIY clear disposable gloves 100 per packet, reduced to 12p!

Saw this in the Irlam Tesco Extra in the DIY section had a big yellow label...Loads of uses for these, my mate uses these on fishing trips!!

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now all i need is a shovel and some lime

great for when you dont want to leave your fingerprints everywhere

should sell these as Jacko memorial gear, could double the price!!

Original Poster

Lol! So what I've gathered so far is that these gloves are good for murderers, thieves and charlatans!!! Ummm!

I got told off in my last post for 'bumping'...Sigh...

Beware. These do not have the powder, like latex gloves. These are extremely difficult to get on and the hands start sweating very quickly when they do making them very uncomfortable. Also they are of very thin plastic and they rip at the slightest scuff. I find it very difficult to understand how the OP's mate uses these on fishing trips.

But, hot price...

skybooks;6512021

Beware. These do not have the powder, like latex gloves. These are … Beware. These do not have the powder, like latex gloves. These are extremely difficult to get on and the hands start sweating very quickly when they do making them very uncomfortable. Also they are of very thin plastic and they rip at the slightest scuff. I find it very difficult to understand how the OP's mate uses these on fishing trips.But, hot price...



Most gloves don't have powder nowadays...dangerous..you could breathe it in...sigh...

also..never mind how easily they rip, think of the risk management scenario for fishing with a sharp hook (and lets not cover the subsequent ecological disasters) :?

I bought some when they were 5p a while ago

Original Poster

Faythur;6512343

I bought some when they were 5p a while ago



Funny you should say that...One or two packets were 5p but most were 12p...The label only said 12p though...

Are these any different from the the disposable ones you can pick up for nothing in most petrol stations? ideal for picking up dog poop in the garden

Captain Hook;6512907

Are these any different from the the disposable ones you can pick up for … Are these any different from the the disposable ones you can pick up for nothing in most petrol stations? ideal for picking up dog poop in the garden



Paaaaaleeeeeeeeeaaaaaase....................:whistling:

You get these for free in the petrol station, just grab a bundle when you next fill up.

Big-Toe-T;6513012

You get these for free in the petrol station, just grab a bundle when you … You get these for free in the petrol station, just grab a bundle when you next fill up.



You can get them free from Tesco also, just slip them up your jumper & then carry on shopping.

SpoonyBoy;6513197

You can get them free from Tesco also, just slip them up your jumper & … You can get them free from Tesco also, just slip them up your jumper & then carry on shopping.


:thumbsup:

Hondo;6512981

Paaaaaleeeeeeeeeaaaaaase....................:whistling:



What you prefer to use your naked hand? :whistling:

the police dont like you having these in your car i got a grilling when one clever bobby who asked what they where for. "As the box says sir they come in handy for diy work or hair treatments" (i am a 6.2 skin head)

Nice to keep your hand in I suppose !

bought some last winter.. didn't keep my hands warm at all! though admittedly the blood did wash right off no probs..

Cheap but like someone mentioned before me, no powder in 'em.
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