Get a Grip: Dealing with Sweaty Glove Hands

03:00 EST 4 Dec 2019 | Bitesize Bio

Gloves protect the skin from the numerous hazards lurking in research labs. There are many varieties and types of gloves available depending upon your need, whether you want protection from chemical hazards, biological hazards or simply preventing surface contamination. However, a very noticeable side effect of using gloves is ‘sweaty glove hands’. Perhaps many of…

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