Is it good to have waterproof and heat-resistant gloves on the farm? Especially if they sit like a glove, strictly on your hand? Moreover, in the event of a cut or puncture, they can be easily repaired without loss of quality. Hardly anyone would pass up a pair of these gloves, right?
You will need:
- silicone sealant;
- construction gloves;
- medical gloves;
- putty knife;
The characteristics and appearance of the gloves depend entirely on which sealant you choose. In our case, it is a black sealant that can withstand temperatures from -60 to +200 degrees, is not afraid of oil, gasoline, alkali.
In order to secure your hand, which will be, so to speak, a model, and also to facilitate further removal of the glove, we first put on an ordinary glove. On top of it we put on a construction one, it is she who will be the basis of our rubber gloves.
It is better to take construction gloves without a rubber anti-slip relief - "pimples", in this case it will only interfere. Before covering the glove with sealant, you need to make sure that it fits well on your hand: stretch the glove, and also push the fabric between your fingers.
You can now seal the glove with sealant. To do this, you can use a spatula, or you can use a plastic card. It is important to distribute the sealant well between your fingers. Then we dry the coating with a hair dryer.
When the sealant has dried, remove the glove from your hand. And here the task will be facilitated by a medical glove, because it can be inflated and then the removal process will be much easier. Then we put any cereal into the glove so that the glove keeps its shape, and we put it on the jar. If there are cracks on the silicone coating somewhere, just seal them with a sealant. You can also apply a second coat. Leave the gloves until the sealant is completely dry. And if in the process of use you damage the glove in any way, then the damage can be very easily closed with a sealant.
And below you can watch a video on how to make such gloves with your own hands.