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Flipping the rubber gaskets for no-hub clamps when adding a fitting between cut pieces of a stack, handling 1/2" copper fittings, turning auto cutters in a tight space..many more that wearing gloves just ain't easy to do.
Years ago I worked at a nasty factory. we made rubber carpet padding. The stink got into your clothes. If you put the clean work clothes in a drawer with other non work clothes, they would start to stink. An ex-GI who was married to a German girl started there. She was a cleanliness fanatic. She had him take a plastic tub and put a bulkhead fitting in it. She would throw his work clothes in it, then on Saturday, fill it with cold water and a throw in a can of GOOP hand cleaner. He took a paddle and worked everything around and let it sit overnight, on Sunday, he drained the tub and threw the clothes in the wash using regular detergent and they came out clean and smelling great.