The 6 Best Gloves For Sandblasting
This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in January of 2019. When you consider how tough blast media is on any object you put inside a cabinet, you'll quickly understand why you need a pair of top-notch gloves for sandblasting. Of course, you also need maneuverability and comfort, or else you'll be in for an aggravating time. Fortunately, there are plenty of choices that combine safety and usability, so you won't have to sacrifice one or the other. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
February 26, 2019:
Investigated options made from various materials, including neoprene, vinyl, and rubber. We think the Skat Blast, which blends naugahyde and vinyl, and the Jewboer, which features rubber, are both workable choices for most folks. We also added the J&B Custom Products Tuff-Blast; they're made to high standards and are completely usable, even if they don't allow you to choose which color you'd like. Finally, we decided to add those from Tacoma Company, although some users don't like how they fit. They're actually designed to fit snugly (in order to avoid any unwanted floppiness), so you'll need to measure your hands carefully to ensure that they're going to work.