I tinker on one of my lathes quite a bit when I want the instant gratification of a piece coming together quickly. This requires applying finishes while the lathe is turning and means holding rags with stain or finish. Too, sometimes I need to apply just a little stain and finish on other projects. In both events, I have to choose between donning a disposable glove or settling for stained or finished fingers.
Generally, I can used the disposable's a few times, if I peel them off carefully. Regardless, I end up fighting with gloves a lot, and throwing away a lot of disposable gloves. To avoid waste and make using gloves easy, I've bought good rubber or other heavy duty gloves and cut off all but the part my hand goes into. They are a little over sized, so they're easy to put on an pull off. As such, they get used a lot, allowing me to avoid waste and messy hands or fingers.
The reason I have what you want is, I never lent it out before.
Scraps are a myth.
Last edited by Dejure; 11-15-2016 at 11:12 AM.