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hypoallergenic, nontoxic, latex, spray-on gloves
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This quick-drying polymer hydrocarbon aerosol comes in a handy, four-inch can that fits snugly in a pocket or purse. Whenever you're going to work on the car engine, dig in the garden or visit a fast food outlet, just spray a light coat on your palms and finger tops. The latex cures in three seconds giving you a comfortable but durable protection from grease and dirt. After use, the half gloves can be easily peeled off.

We have a large customer base of satisfied police and ambulance personnel. Note: this product is not recommended for prophylactic purposes.

FarmerJohn, Oct 30 2002

Liquid Gloves http://kildare.ie/b...i-shield/liquid.htm
Pretty similar...But you should do the write up for them, FJ. Your product sounds far more compelling to purchase. [jurist, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Plasti Dip http://www.globalno.../auto/plastidip.htm
I've had some experience with both the dip-style and spray-on versions of this product, and except for the hideous colors and far too slow drying time, they're pretty close to what you're describing, too. [jurist, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Body Polish http://www.halfbake.../idea/Body_20Polish
Heh, heh, did a quick google and top of the list was this. Jutta's first link is exactly what I annotated. [PeterSilly, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       A lot of people swear by the Liquid Gloves product by Epi-Shield for some of the messier applications you suggest. Admittedly, it's a creamy rub-on, rather than a sprayed on product, but similar in most other respects.(Link)
jurist, Oct 30 2002

       saying nothing... applications spring to mind...saying nothing
po, Oct 30 2002

       I'm sure you can get spray-on latex to go round moulds and stuff. I don't doubt that some individuals use their elves as moulds, so this would become baked.   

       //After use, the half gloves can be easily peeled off.// Would that include involuntary removal of any hair on your fingers?
PeterSilly, Oct 30 2002

       jurist: I'm sure someone has tried spraying Plasti Dip on their hands.   

       PeterSilly: If the product is used as instructed, the resulting half-gloves cling to the palm half of the hands where most people have little hair.
FarmerJohn, Oct 30 2002

       // the palm half of the hands where most people have little hair. //   

       But what if it's a full moon that night ???
8th of 7, Oct 30 2002

       No problem as long as you keep your hands above the the covers.
FarmerJohn, Oct 30 2002


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