What is the best glove for working on your car?

Tips on how to make the gloves last longer!

If any of you have had a chance to use some of our nitrile gloves that we send out with some of our orders, you are probably already impressed at how well they work. If you have a diesel or are working around diesel oil or fuel, these gloves can be extremely handy. They can be very handy for any dirty thing you might work on. The only problem we've run into is if you leave them out exposed to the air or UV light for any period of time they do start to deteriorate.

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Here are a couple solutions. Use a common film canister that you can get at any photo lab or processing store and roll up a pair of these gloves and put them inside. It is as if they were designed to fit. This will allow you to keep one pair neatly in the glove box or trunk or maybe even a couple of pairs stored. When you do your fueling or have a problem on the road, you've got those special gloves handy to keep your hands clean. 

If you don't have a film container you can also use zip lock bags. Just keep them in a dark location like your trunk or glove box.