Protect your hand while working with resin bound mixes. Whenever you work with tools, equipment, materials, and chemicals such as resin, wearing gloves is advisable. Choosing the best pair of gloves for the job will help. For tools that are wet, latex coated gloves offer a good grip. This will help with safety as losing hold of equipment could be dangerous for yourself or those around you.
Gloves protect the hands from the regular use of harsh chemicals. Resin splashed and spilled onto the hands can damage the skin. When using floats and towels, gloves help keep the resin and gravel away from the skin during use.
Resin is difficult to remove from the skin, so protecting your hands is always recommended.
Brightly coloured gloves can help with visibility. Not only do they make resin bound surface installers easy to see in poor light, but the bright colour will also mean the gloves are less likely to get mislaid. Replace your gloves less often and save some money restocking. Gloves with knitted wrists will increase comfortability and also stop them from slipping off the hands. A stretchable cuff makes putting the gloves on and off quicker too.