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Level 5 cut resistant gloves

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by northernchappy, 7 Feb 2020.

  1. northernchappy

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    Ive been reading user feedback on amazon etc.. Where the fabric type gloves didn't fully protect the wearer. Would chain mail gloves resist utility blades better?
     
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    What do you do that requires you to protect your free hand in metal to stop your hand being cut?

    I keep my free hand well away when using knives and I'm more likely to cut my leg instead!
     
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    Maybe using free hand to press floor covering into skirting to trim to size??
     
  5. mattylad

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    I use fabric cut proof gloves, I cannot even cut them using tin snips they are that tough.
     
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