hand protection ??

What kind of diver's gloves? you mean like the thick neoprene ones you'd use diving on a real reef?

They should be OK, but it seems excessive to me. Just get a pair of those durable rubber gloves made for dishwashing.

At any rate, make sure whatever you use doesn't have any contaminants on it!
 

Curlsoc

Premium Member
Someone suggested the long gloves used by vets for birthing large animals, but I can't seem to find them to order, apparently you need to ask your vet to get them for you.
 

firefishred

New member
I have thermocline (5 mm) gloves by Deep Sea made of neoprene! Don't latex gloves have talc powder on them? Can latex contaminant your water?
 

Savas

New member
You may want to also get a pair of long handled tweezers. Sears sells a pair for about $10, as does DFS. In many situations you do less damage to your tank with tweezers than your hands, especially in close spaces.
 
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