The finish of a glove can provide better grip control in wet or dry applications. Patterns are cut directly onto the glove former, as it is cast, for embossed, sandblast or recessed diamond finish. For a bisque (matte) finish, the glove former is cast and then slightly roughened. For additional gripping power, some supported (heavy duty utility) gloves receive a textured wrinkle, applied rough particle, or embossed self flushing (tire or tractor tread) finish. Gloves with a smooth finish rely solely on the gripping qualities of the material itself.