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100 pc Nittrile Gloves $6.99 plus others - Harbor Freight in stock (in store only)

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Harbor Freight has 3 types of nitrile gloves in stock at stores as well as some basic 3ply masks.

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3 mil Nitrile Powder-Free Gloves, 100 Pc $6.99 [harborfreight.com] [Med, LG, XL, XXL]

5 mil Nitrile Powder-Free Gloves, 100 Pc $7.99 [harborfreight.com] [Med, LG, XL, XXL]

7 mil Nitrile Powder-Free Gloves, 50 Pc. Large $9.99 [harborfreight.com] [Med, LG, XL, XXL]

3-Ply Disposable Face Masks - 10 Pack $4.99 [harborfreight.com]
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I've used the 7mil gloves listed here to do some automotive work at my home. They tore really easily. Maybe I was being rough with them, but I have been doing the same work with a different brand and they hold up through the jobs. Just letting people know my exp with these.
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Thanks was getting down to bottom of box.
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I've used the 7mil gloves listed here to do some automotive work at my home. They tore really easily. Maybe I was being rough with them, but I have been doing the same work with a different brand and they hold up through the jobs. Just letting people know my exp with these.
Yeah, same here but they still hold up to medium use.
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I've used the 7mil gloves listed here to do some automotive work at my home. They tore really easily. Maybe I was being rough with them, but I have been doing the same work with a different brand and they hold up through the jobs. Just letting people know my exp with these.
yeah i always opt for the 9 mil when buying at HF because of the tearing but i guess those aren't back in stock yet
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I've used the 7mil gloves listed here to do some automotive work at my home. They tore really easily. Maybe I was being rough with them, but I have been doing the same work with a different brand and they hold up through the jobs. Just letting people know my exp with these.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Grease...t/51643219

These are the best gloves I have tried..
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I've used the 7mil gloves listed here to do some automotive work at my home. They tore really easily. Maybe I was being rough with them, but I have been doing the same work with a different brand and they hold up through the jobs. Just letting people know my exp with these.
The 9mil ones are better for automotive work. A bit more expensive though. What brand is the other one that you use?
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I use the 5 mil ones for light auto work like changing oil and stuff around the house when I don't want to get stuff on my hands or working with liquids. Works perfectly for that and you can't beat the price.

For heavier auto work I use HF mechanics gloves. Much tougher than nitrile gloves and your hands don't sweat crazily if you keep them on for a while.

https://www.harborfreight.com/mec...62433.html
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I use the 5 mil ones for light auto work like changing oil and stuff around the house when I don't want to get stuff on my hands or working with liquids. Works perfectly for that and you can't beat the price.

For heavier auto work I use HF mechanics gloves. Much tougher than nitrile gloves and your hands don't sweat crazily if you keep them on for a while.

https://www.harborfreight.com/mec...62433.html
Yep, those are my go-to for cheaper, but good durability gloves. Some of their more expensive ones separate at the seams easily, even their "Ultra Durable Mechanics Gloves".

I also hate the sweating in nitrile gloves. Working under a vehicle, the sweat running down your arm is the worst!

9mil for heavy greasy work, 5mil or vinyl for light duty. #62433 for most else.
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I was in HF in Arlington a few days back trying to buy a box. They were cleared out with paper notices posted up saying they just did a donation. Dunno if they have restocked not really worth the drive to find out the shelves are still bare.

You would think manufacturing has been beefed up enough by now where donations aren't necessary anymore.

I find it stupid you can't buy online for store pickup at auto parts stores. They all say purchase in store. Doesn't their IT department know how to code in a limit for ordering so the supplies don't deplete? Same goes for hardware stores if you can get search results to even show boxed versions and not little 3-5ct sissy bags or work gloves that have nitrile or latex parts.
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HF 5 mil gloves are better than 3 mil overpriced crap on internet. 7mil are 50 packs not 100.
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Prices were jacked up in just a couple day's!
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