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    Re: Detailing Gloves for paint correction

    Ok guys thanks for to feedback I think I'll get the griots gloves I'll let you know what I think.

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    Re: Detailing Gloves for paint correction

    The Griot's Garage gloves are very good. They do not cut down a significant amount of vibration, but they do enough to make a difference.

    I use them on every job with my Boss G15 and Flex 3401. They work well for orbitals, but my Flex rotary tools vibrate in such a way that even my super thick vibration-reducing gloves (not from Griot's or Auto Geek) do little to diminish the negative effect of prolonged use.

    In regard to keeping the gloves on to do other work, like wiping off compound residue and such, I find no issue completing said task whilst wearing hand protection.

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    I did a few paint refinishing jobs right after getting the Griot's gloves and they seemed to just be "okay." On the next job I neglected to wear them at all and felt a big difference.
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    Re: Detailing Gloves for paint correction

    I got a set of mechanic gloves from CTC.

    They have soft leather on the palm and stretchey nylon on backs.

    They have good feel.

    When running my Porter Cable it does help eliminate most (not all) vibration.

    Also keeps hands clean.

    Replace mine every couple years when they go on sale ($15.00 range).
    Crispy 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix DD, always clean (except today) Hobby Detailer

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    Re: Detailing Gloves for paint correction

    In the colder months, I use a pair of snowboarding gloves. They make some with pure cotton shells, and rubber soles, no vibration and warm !

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    Re: Detailing Gloves for paint correction

    Gloves???

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    Re: Detailing Gloves for paint correction

    Ha! You know those things you might see on golfers hands down there.
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