[V8] tricks and tricks for working in the V8's
David.Morralee at alcatel-lucent.com
Tue Apr 24 13:31:05 EDT 2007
Well I do have two boxes of the rubber glove .. but somehow I always
take them off to do something and forget to put them back on.
Sometimes if feels good to work on the car without using the latex glove
... It, um, feels more natural . ( you might need to read between the
line in that one )
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Subject: Re: [V8] tricks and tricks for working in the V8's
Or - just wear those latex surgical gloves.
They work pretty good,
and you just peal them off when done.
If you need clean hands while
working, simple soap and water cleans the cloves off quick and easy. I
don't do much of anything without them on anymore. I have had the same
bottle of orange citrus hand cleaner for 8 years.
> Here's a little trick: When your hands are really grimy
> else's V8 'natch), pre clean your
hands with a tablespoon of fresh,
> motor oil -
it will clean your hands better than you would imagine and
> take away the skin oil. I do this sometimes in the
middle of a job when I
> want clean hands but don't really want
to get into the scrubbing bubbles
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