Mitt protects bus drivers’ hands from fuel grime, odor

Posted on August 23, 2011

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — Concept Communications Co.'s Gas/Diesel Mitt protects drivers' hands from the grime and odors associated with fueling their buses.

Drivers can use the mitts for fueling and then dispose after use. All the grime and residual fuel gets thrown away with the mitt, keeping the driver's hands clean.

The mitts come in cartons of 1,000 or an optional introductory kit for outdoor use that includes one carton of mitts, an outdoor metal dispenser, a metal sign and stainless steel mounting bands.  

School districts and bus companies from around the country provide the Gas/Diesel Mitt to their drivers, according to the company.

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