To protect my arms from the itchiness and irritation of picking okra and beans, I cut part of the toe of my husband’s old tube socks. Cut one wide width for your fingers and a small one for your thumb, leaving the small strip between. Then I put on a pair of garden gloves and I can pick okra and beans or cucumbers with no rash.I’ve done this for 2 years. Either wash them or throw them away,using old socks is a cheap alternative to the pricey garden gloves.
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