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Clarkus84

Best winter gloves??



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Clarkus84

Just stepped out the door and jebus it's cold!!!!gonna have to get myself some decent gloves.what's the best gloves for winter??

 

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Oli

I’ve been using a pair of Showa 282 for the past week. It’s early days but I’m really happy with them so far


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scottish cleaning service
1 hour ago, Oli said:

I’ve been using a pair of Showa 282 for the past week. It’s early days but I’m really happy with them so far


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Just bought a pair from ebay for £15.99 xxl size. Will try them out on my pressure washing jobs.

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RWCleaning

I’m looking for a thin, warm and water proof pair, ideally under £15 as I always end up losing them.

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P4dstar
17 hours ago, scottish cleaning service said:

Used a pair this morning, couldn't feel my fingers 20 mins in. I've got the argon extra ones. Bonus though, my hands don't smell like they do in the other ones.

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Was wearing a pair this morning when I was emptying all the water from my PW. Will be keeping it in the van because its insured in there. Worried about the water inside freezing so I ran it till air came out. Insulated around the pump now just incase any water still lurking about in there. :1f609: 

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P4dstar
6 minutes ago, scottish cleaning service said:

Was wearing a pair this morning when I was emptying all the water from my PW. Will be keeping it in the van because its insured in there. Worried about the water inside freezing so I ran it till air came out. Insulated around the pump now just incase any water still lurking about in there. :1f609: 

Just bought myself an oil filled rad from Screwfix, on offer at £30. I'm gonna pop that in the back of the van to stop freezing over the next few months I reckon. This is definitely the time of year that sorts the men from the boys mate!

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2 minutes ago, P4dstar said:

Just bought myself an oil filled rad from Screwfix, on offer at £30. I'm gonna pop that in the back of the van to stop freezing over the next few months I reckon. This is definitely the time of year that sorts the men from the boys mate!

 

Aye, might cost a dollar a night but worth every penny. My mate ruined many tubs of paint because he would not put a heater in, he does now.

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Just now, scottish cleaning service said:

 

Aye, might cost a dollar a night but worth every penny. My mate ruined many tubs of paint because he would not put a heater in, he does now.

I was considering one for the garage... The wife told me I can sod off if I think i'm warming a room that no ones in all night just so i'm not cold in the mornings 😂

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