I searched about and couldn't find the info for which I was looking.
It gets somewhat cold in PA over the winter months and I try to keep both of our vehicles clean with all of the salt on the roads and would rather avoid the automated car wash as much as possible, which leaves me in the driveway hand washing upon occasion.
Does anyone have any experience with any type of glove that would keep one's hands warm while washing a vehicle in the winter? Would a neoprene wetsuit glove work for this purpose? Thin rubber gloves keep the hands dry but have no insulation value.
I could use warm water, but by the time one is drying the water is air temperature again.
Thanks in advance.