Have you ever removed rubber gloves and had the fingers all stuck inside? Was there crud on the gloves that you didn't want to touch when you put them on again? This technique will show you how to return the glove to its normal state without coming into contact with the crap (bacteria, toilet water, blood) that you're supposed to be protected from in the first place.
This trick is actually best suited for thin latex lab gloves, although it can work with just about any non-frictionless (take that double negative!) gloves.
Stuff you'll need:
- Hands (and maybe arms and a body, too)
- Inverted gloves
Step 1: Open the Glove
Stretch the glove hole with your fingers. Try to make it as wide as possible.