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I LOVE Ethel Gloves

July 3rd, 2009

I love Ethel Gloves, you may remember how excited I was when Mr Chiots got some for me for Christmas.
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You’ve probably seen them in just about any post featuring my hands. I’m always wearing them when I’m out working, and when I don’t need them they’re always close by waiting (usually in my pocket).
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When I love something I’m the kind of person that tells everyone about it. If you’re looking for the most comfortable gardening glove ever, buy a pair.
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They really are the perfect gardening glove offering a great fit that gives you perfect dexterity while gardening. You can do everything from heavy digging to pulling out teeny tiny seedlings in them. One of the best features is that they’re washable, no stiffness afterwards (and the look brand new again).
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Ethel really appreciates people that love their products so they featured Chiot’s Run on their website. Head on over there and check out all the article about me and all the great Ethel Gloves. If you need a gift for a gardener in your life, these are perfect.
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Do you have a favorite gardening product you just love?

4 Comments to “I LOVE Ethel Gloves”
  1. deedee on July 3, 2009 at 8:32 am

    that’s awesome susy :)

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  2. Alison Kerr on July 3, 2009 at 9:36 am

    I was just looking at gardening gloves yesterday as a possible gift for my sister. I didn’t find any I liked so I’m going to check out these ones. They look good.

    Thanks :-)

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  3. Cynthia on July 6, 2009 at 9:08 am

    Thanks for the information on the gloves, when I saw you in them, I was wondering if those were something that was readily around to purchase. I have put them on my HINT HINT HINT list to my family. The fact that they are washable sold me. Not many gloves are any good after being in wet soil and then you try to wash them or hose them down. Thanks again.
    .-= Cynthia´s last blog ..My Garden-Vistors (UPDATE) =-.

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  4. warren on July 6, 2009 at 9:27 am

    Cool feature but there ought to be a feature where you can still somehow get some dirt under your nails!
    .-= warren´s last blog ..The beginning of the end =-.

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