Some computer or small electrics supply houses should have some thing similar to what you are looking for. They are useful in these applications because they do not conduct electricity. Also depending on what you are using them for a plastic clamp may work. I have a slew of small plastic clamps that I use to hold parts & cars while gluing or painting. That way I do not end up with brightly colored fingers. Check your local hardware store.
yes - computer tools: some tweezer things for putting chips in. Best place for unusual tools is rs-components, much bigger and better range than maplins. You will have to open a 'trade' account with them, but after that they are happy if u just want to buy 1 bolt
Plastic pliers really DO exist.
I've got several in my bathroom cupboard.
Or, actually, my wife does.
Uses them for plucking eyebrows, or something ;-)
I have no idea where she's got them, though,
unfortunately does she.
Came as gifts on the cover of women's beauty mags,
is a qualified guess, because of cheapness.
Ask your wife/girlfriend for advice on where to
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