The final step. there are three things i like to do with a glove at this point. all are optional. FIRST: knuckles, sometimes these gloves can become v...
My duct tape gloves are made by coating your hand with the non-sticky side facing out (away from your hand) and coating it again with sticky side in.ALL OF THIS SHOULD BE DONE WITH THE GLOVE ON YOUR HAND.which may take some skill, experience, or an assistant since you will only be able to use one hand.
Step 1: Wrist
starting with the wrist, wrap the duct tape around your wrist with sticky side out and crossing between your thumb and forefinger so that the tape connects with the wrist tape on each side. how easily you want the gloves to come off determines the length of the glove
Step 2: Fingers
starting at the wrist. next, starting with your thumb, wrap the duct tape sticky side out. methods of doing so are; spiral, wrapping the duct tape in a helix up your thumb/finger, and folding any excess tape over and pressing it against your thumb/finger. a second method would be a using a piece of duct tape twice the size of any finger you are working on at the moment and, sticky side out, fold it over your finger and fold in the sides. it may look a little square at the finger tip, but you can adjust if needed.
Step 3: Almost there
now once you have all of the fingers done and the wrist done, you start filling out all of the empty space with duct tape...once again...sticky side out. with everything accomplished so far you should have a very sticky glove. moving on to the next step of the process. you wrap duct tape sticky side IN, on top of the sticky side out glove. to put it simply, just follow the previous directions just the same on top of the sticky glove except with the sticky side facing in. the end result of this step should be a solid duct tape glove, with the smooth side of duct tape on the inside and outside of your glove