latex gloves

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  1. mytank

    mytank

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    Hi all,

    I bought some latex gloves to use in the tank, I noticed when I got home they have powder on them. Can I rinse them in RO and use them in the tank?

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  3. 459b

    459b Moderator MASA Contributor

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    rather buy the powder free ones.
    Getting your hands into wet latex gloves is going to be a mission.
     
  4. Quintus

    Quintus the irish aXeman

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    i have stocked up on the kitchen Rubber gloves, you get them from any supermarket
     
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    Dump them and get powder free
     
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    I would not chance it!!
     
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    You can still use the powdered ones if you want to clean say the skimmer cup and frag corals. But dont use them to submerge your hands in the tank.
     
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