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February 12, 2008

Formal rubber gloves — For when you've used your best china


Sure, they call them "mucking gloves" but we know better.

Think outside the garden space.

From the website:

    Elbow-Length Mucking Gloves

    There are some jobs that absolutely must be done by hand, but sometimes you wish you could use someone else's hands.

    These are the gloves you need for such jobs.

    Perfect for working near poison ivy, cleaning garden ponds or dealing with unpleasant materials of all kinds.

    Made of thick latex rubber, these 23"-long gloves cover you well past your elbows.

    Just hose them down after use.


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And, should you need, during your formal soiree, to run out and deliver a calf, or unclog an overly fastidious guest's toilet paper plug -- alas, your plunger is still out in the back yard, having been used to mold snowballs -- you're all set!

Posted by: Flautist | Feb 12, 2008 2:26:06 PM

If I did any of these things, I'm sure they'd be terribly handy. As it is, I do not even know whether we own a garden hose.

Posted by: Milena | Feb 12, 2008 11:12:19 AM

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