I use rubber gloves when I do the dishes. Otherwise I end up with a rash on my hands. When I get a hole in one, I put it on the shelf in the garage where I keep my yard gloves. Then I have them handy for when I have some dirty work to do. As long as there is no water or liquid involved, the glove with the hole can still be used. For those of you that like to use disposable latex gloves, this is an alternative that doesn't cost you any money and you are not generating more trash. I found this handy last fall when I was raking leaves, especially when the leaves were wet.
For those of you with pets, getting the hair or fur off your clothes can be a challenge. Bentley, our puggle, sheds a lot. We use a rubber glove with a hole in it to clean off the pet hair on our clothes. You can put the glove on your hand or fold it in half, then wipe off the hair off. I draw a smiley face on it so I know which glove it is and keep one in the kitchen and another in the bathroom.
|Me and Bentley|
- reusing rubber gloves that have a hole