Recipe for Nice Pretty Hands



Working in the kitchen like I do can really do a number on my hands. I work in a professional kitchen all week and use the surgical quality gloves...which are not those very flimsy plastic gloves. I purchase a box of 100 that lasts me forever around my kitchen. But, here's why theyre so nice. I don't need to wash my hands every time I get them sticky or covered in juice, etc. Or if I need to make stuffing or emerge my hands in gooey foods, my hands stay clean. My gloves easily wash up while I have them on or if they're too messy, I take them off and throw them away. I keep moisturizer on my hands while the gloves are on to give my hands a "sauna" if I wear them while washing up my pots and bowls.
I use these gloves for sanitary food prep at work. But at home they're my hand protectors. If you garden these are so much nicer than the fabric gloves. I have small hands but large is the size I buy for myself. Men they also have extra large. I buy these at Gordon Food Service around here but any food service place (Sam's Club?) would have them.
Just wanted to pass this little pleasure along to ya all.


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