Saturday, October 22, 2005

Today's Invention

Liquid Glove

Liquid glove is a quick drying latex solution that the hands are dipped into to form a sheer, yet durable sheath around the hands. The latex, once dry, bonds to the hands and a forms a seal at which point it feels and behaves just like any other latex glove. The main advantage to this is its versatility. A surgeon who needs more tactile sensation would only apply one coat but a law enforcement official might need several coats to protect the hands from snags or punctures during searches where they might be exposed to needle sticks, contaminated or corrosive fluids, and all forms of pathogens.

4 comments:

Mike said...

lets not over look liquid condoms!

Eric said...
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Mike said...

did you delete your own comment or are you censoring your blog again?

Eric said...

Deleting it was the comment. It wasn't appropriate, much like the picture you've put in my head of you obscenly hovering over a bucket of latex. Thanks for nothing sicko!