Some additional information:
These are the gloves that I have been using for the last few months...http://www.oates.com.au/ProductDisplay.aspx?Product=R-30
I'm sure they are permeable to some degree, as even with constant wear my skin reacted quite badly. After every use, I would rinse the inside and outside of the gloves with tap water.
I believe that solution #1 is the main culprit for my skin reaction, as it was the one that saw the most use. Also, my skin started to get better after I stopped using it.
Solution #2 has been used sparingly, and only seems to dry my skin slightly when used. I have not yet used solution #3, but will need to in the coming weeks.
Below are the chemicals relisted with their concentration levels. Additionally, water is used to dilute all solutions.
It seems I looked up the wrong MSDS initially, and the list for this solution was incorrect. Below are the correct chemicals.
D-glucopyranose, oligomeric, decyl octyl glycosides : 5-10%
Ammonium hydroxide : 1-5%
Alcohols, c10-14, ethoxylated : 5-10%
Ethylenediamine tetraacetate : 1-5%
D-Glucopyranose, oligomeric, decyl octyl glycosides : 1-5%
2-(2 butoxyethoxy) ethanol : 1-5%
Alkylpolyglycosides : 1-5%
As for my housework, my wife is also a cleaner (and very fussy
) and insists on doing a majority of the housework herself - I'm relegated to vacuuming and making beds!