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#4493970 - 08/20/17 07:55 PM Gloves for handling cactus?
Stelth Offline

Registered: 02/24/11
Posts: 1997
Loc: California
I've been planting some cactus around the yard, and I want to plant more. However, any gloves from Home Depot have been nearly worthless for this. Foxtails will go through them, let alone cactus quills. The [censored] pear cactus I've been working with isn't even very stickery, but I still have to be pretty careful. I'd like to plant some cholla, but it's out of the question with any gloves I've experienced so far.
Experts are often wrong, but rarely in doubt.

#4493975 - 08/20/17 08:02 PM Re: Gloves for handling cactus? [Re: Stelth]
Nyogtha Offline

Registered: 10/13/14
Posts: 1911
Loc: San Antonio, TX
Ha! The censor even takes out the word that rhymes with brickley
“He who does not value the teacher, Or greatly care for the material, Is greatly deluded although he may be learned." - Lao-Tzu

#4493988 - 08/20/17 08:17 PM Re: Gloves for handling cactus? [Re: Stelth]
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Registered: 10/27/10
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Twenty-twenty-twenty four hours to go I wanna be sedated
Nothin' to do and no where to go-o-oh I wanna be sedated

#4494042 - 08/20/17 09:26 PM Re: Gloves for handling cactus? [Re: Stelth]
Merkava_4 Offline

Registered: 01/30/07
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Loc: Clovis, CA

Welding gloves would probably work.

#4494153 - 08/21/17 04:50 AM Re: Gloves for handling cactus? [Re: Stelth]
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In the army we used barbed wire (or razor wire) fencing gloves to put up barbed wire fences. They were very tough, but not nimble. Heavy leather with steel "staples" in the palm areas. I felt well protected using them.

A fencing supplier or surplus store should have them.
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#4494331 - 08/21/17 10:11 AM Re: Gloves for handling cactus? [Re: Stelth]
WyrTwister Offline

Registered: 01/13/13
Posts: 1135
Loc: Texas
Back in the early 1970's I worked in a lumber yard . I used White Mule gloves with the long cuffs , to handle lumber .

Might check , do not know if the company is still around .
God bless

#4494645 - 08/21/17 05:36 PM Re: Gloves for handling cactus? [Re: 123Saab]
Stelth Offline

Registered: 02/24/11
Posts: 1997
Loc: California
Originally Posted By: 123Saab

Those look pretty good! Pricy, but maybe worth it.
Experts are often wrong, but rarely in doubt.