We keep boxes of latex gloves around the shop because they’re great for keeping grime and crap from getting ground into your skin and fingernails. (Just be careful of heat sources. Get latex gloves too close to a hot exhaust header once and you’ll never do it again.) I also keep a pair or two in the car — at least when I remember to replace them — to facilitate quick (and clean) repairs on the side of the road. But packaging them in a dispenser like WetWipes seems like an even better idea. These are a whopping $4.25 at Northern Tool. I’m going to grab a can or two.
What other quick solutions do Toolmongers use for grime-free hands in the shop or vehicle?
Latex Gloves in a Can [Northern Tool]