Very useful and strong
I use the to wash dishes. I do not know if PVC is safe, or not. I do not think that it comes off, at least it does not seem to.
They are very well made and will resist puncture but not stop it. The main problem with the gloves is that after several uses they develop a bad smell that cannot be removed.
The gloves are a bit stiff, but I found the easy to use when rebuilding my ATV clutch.
If you are talking Berryman's carb Cleaner, I would say they are better than using Nitrile gloves, but with constant contact I would say they will eventually break down. If you can minimize the time they are exposed to harsh solvents like carb cleaner they should last you a good while. If I was holding an item and spraying it, I would use these gloves. It's a lot better than getting that stuff on your skin. Don't forget to protect your eyes. Carb cleaner will ruin plastic prescription glasses, so uses goggles over your glasses or they make goggles with built in readers.
I've had good luck keeping this type of glove for several years by using hand sanitizer on my hands before each use. Also, with multi-use gloves like these I usually wash them after each use too. I just use dish soap and wash my hands, but with the gloves still on. This practice seems to work well.
I've had good luck keeping these for some time by using hand sanitizer before I wear gloves. With multi-use gloves like these I usually wash them after each use. I just use dish soap and wash my hands- with the gloves still on my hands. Works well.