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RE: Ugly hands

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Nagel, Judy (JNagel)
Wed, 30 Sep 1998 08:58:59 -0500

FYI There's a product called Invisible Glove on p.92 in the Sax catalog
that acts as a sheild against grime, paint stains and grease. Product
#193 0114, 5 oz tube $5.35. Also on that same page is True Clean
Waterless Hand Cleaner that contains lanolin. It is a non-abrasive
cleaner for removing paint, etc from hands and washable clothing.
Product #193 0528, 16 oz bottle.$2.75/gal.$14.50. Hope this helps. Judy

> -----Original Message-----
> From: pdmun [SMTP:pdmun]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 1998 9:18 AM
> To:
> Subject: Ugly hands
> Yes, hands are a problem. A ceramics teacher has it the worst. We
> are in
> clay all day.
> I have found the liquid glove creams that can be purchased in your
> pharmacy works well. You rub it in, slip hands under cold water and
> it
> sets up the protection.
> There are two kinds. ONe for water base and one for oil base. They
> are in
> tubes and sell for about 6 to 7 dollars.
> You use very little.
> Good luck. It helps prevent dishwater rash too.
> Pat Duncan Munce
> Madera High School
> Madera, CA