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Instead of gardening gloves I use dish washing gloves. They are flexible, much like using bare hands, cheap for I get several pair at the dollar store, water proof so they don’t go stiff after being wet and afterwards your hands are so soft no one would ever guess you spent time out in the dirt.
Put on a damp rubber dishwashing glove and run your hand over hair-covered upholstery—the hair will cling to the glove, not the sofa. Rinse off the glove in the sink (with the drain catcher in place, of course). 432
If. like me, you can't stand the smell of fish on your hands, try using the very thin gloves supermarket workers wear when handling cheese, sliced meats, etc. You still have enough manipulation, but your hands don't suffer and you can throw the gloves away afterwards.
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