Whenever I work on stuff now I have completely rejected buying those boxes of disposable gloves. I have a pair similar to yours for a couple of quid from tool station and they have lasted ages. MOT to MOT and all sorts inbetween.
I find them great with cloth on the back of the glove my hands get less sweaty and I soon tear the disposable ones .... I even wash these after a few jobs
Must have gone through a fair bit of this stuff Gibbo
100% with you on this one Gibbo, only wear a glove for removing sump plugs, other than that I prefer the sensitivity of skin for spannering. Big fan of Swarfega for much domestic stain removing as well as hand cleaning as intended!! Many shirts have been saved from the bin with judicious application of Swarfega before washing!!