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I used to use the welders gloves and lather them up with a bit of grease from my grease gun and let them sit a bit and then I would have some good gloves. I would also put "nytril gloves" under these or what ever I was buying at the time.
Leather gloves put out by Midwest Quality Gloves sold by Walmart.I find this is my choice for cabling and general purpose work.For jetting,The blue kitchen type gloves also sold at walmart.This might sound funny,but for me,the best gloves I have used.And a good price.
I use the ugly gloves for jetting. Steel riveted gloves for rodding.
The first time I let Chris rod a drain I told him to never forget to put on the leathers over the nitrle gloves.
I watched as he forgot and had them ripped off in 2 seconds. It scared the crap out of him.
He won't forget again.
Don't worry, he was only running the Model 100. I would not have let it go with the big machine.
I don't really care for the riveted type either but I have several pairs laying around so I will wear them out. Once done with those i will start using leather gloves with the doubled up leather palms for rodding.