How to Avoid Shock with Wet Gloves

by Josh Allen
(Culdesac, Idaho, USA)

When working out in the field in wet and rainy conditions, sometimes it is just unavoidable that your welding gloves will get soaked. And I'm sure some of you are familiar with the tingle in your hand and arm caused as a result.

So in order to avoid getting shocked, you simply need to wear a thin pair of rubber gloves under your welding gloves. Problem solved. You will no longer get shocked when cleaning the tip of your welding rod or any other time.

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