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06-23-2017, 08:29 AM
If it's on your skin it's in you - Renny Doyle
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My good friend Renny Doyle has a saying that I use all the time to educate people on health safety because what he says is true. I also always give due credit where credit is due....
If it's on your skin it's in you - Renny Doyle
I used to not wear gloves all the time but now anytime time I'm using any of the products that use some form of advanced chemistry, (like coatings), I try to always wear gloves.
I don't know what's inside all these hi-tech products that last and last and last.... but whatever it is I don't what it inside of me.
Here's an example from a how-to article I wrote last year where I'm going to have my hands ALL OVER a convertible top spreading and working a chemical called into the weave of the cloth top.... I don't know what's in Ciba Tinuvin but I certainly don't want it in me - I want it on my convertible top though...
In fact, if you read the below article I say the same thing in post #4
NEW Haartz/RaggTopp Convertible Top Brush - How to clean and protect a convertible top
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The pictures are just a few from the article but there a more pictures in the article showing the COMPLETE process.
Here's a tip...
Order a size larger than you would normally wear as it makes putting the gloves on faster and easier, especially if it's hot out and you're sweating. In most cases the glove will still be snug around your finger tips and that's all you need for most types of work. I wear the XL size gloves so I get the XXL gloves to wear.
Get your gloves here
Read my FULL Article on how to wash, dry and protect a canvas top with RaggTopp here...
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09-02-2017, 11:35 PM
Cool info, thank you.

09-03-2017, 08:47 AM