[Histonet] Gloves

Merced M Leiker leiker <@t> buffalo.edu
Mon Aug 31 11:43:38 CDT 2009

I would like to know the answer to this one too. I've been using nitrile 
gloves, which are rated as having moderate protection against xylene (they 
slow down how quickly xylene goes through them?)  The brand I use is what's 
in our stockroom: Kimberly Clark and they come in a pretty purple. :-)

--On Monday, August 31, 2009 11:15 AM -0500 "Mahoney,Janice A" 
<Janice.Mahoney <@t> alegent.org> wrote:

> I'd like some advice about gloves.  What brand/vendor are people using
> that are approved for use with xylene? Thanks,
> Jan Mahoney
> Omaha
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