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Old October 19th, 2008, 11:53
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Re: Replacing the Fuel Filter (Renix Era)

Originally Posted by 5-90 View Post
I hear you on the gloves. But, they're like any other tool - you wouldn't use a hammer to drive a screw, would you? You're not likely to run across NaCN, HF, or HNO3 while working on a vehicle (you're not trying to poison anyone, etch glass, or make blasting jelly, right?)
Well that depends on the screw, and whether I am pissed off at it, LOL.

No, just pointing out that the PE gloves are much more resistant to chemicals including most solvents. Some people (doctors and dentists....) are allergic to latex, they build up an allergy to latex over time, deathly allergic in some cases.
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