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    I read your post with some concerns about the advice offered. I wonder if fine kid leather like handball or batter's gloves would work for you.

    I dislike the nitrile and latex gloves suggested.

    Bicycle gloves tend to have heavy padding in the palms, and appears from your photos that the problem is with tools slipping.

    Perhaps a little rosin on the handles may help.

    Does your physical therapist have suggestions?
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About James Pallas
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Lifetime woodworker. Now retired. Raised in Washington DC. Viet Nam vet. Married with children and Grandchildren. Registered here in 2012 could not participate much because of back issues. I had surgery and have a spinal cord stimulator implant. I have been able to get back in to woodworking and hope to participate more.
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Missouri
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I like to build furniture. I used to hunt and fish a lot but no more. I have a CBR as a service dog.

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