- They are soft and subtle. Best of all they stay that way when you get them wet.
- Available at Lowes
- Protect my hands
- Last longer than cloth or canvas gloves.
- Leather has a tendency to get stiff after they are wet.
Organize Simplify Create Design
It is perpetual, living life and keeping it simple. Peace of mind comes from having a place for things. As I watched "Horton Hears a Who", with my grandchildren I thought about no matter how "tiny" the thing, it deserves a home. So I live by the old adage, a place for everything and everything in its respective place...
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Garden Glove Storage
Tis the Season...
For gardening that is!
I have sought the perfect garden glove for ages and I think I may have found the "one"!
My goatskin gloves are wonderful.
What I like about them is:
I recently saw where someone posted on Pinterest showing magnets being sewn into the cuffs of the gloves to attach them to a metal bucket to keep track of them. One reader pointed out that the magnets would stick to the side of washer or dryer. Good point I thought. Someone else mentioned that she clips hers with a clothes pin to her plastic weed bucket!
I love this idea!
As for drying out my gloves if they have gotten wet? I simply place them over the top of my lopers to allow air to circulate through and they wave at me when I'm looking for a pair. Tell me about your gloves or other gardening equipment. I will be posting my own tried and true methods too!