"isn't a kid glove business"

To treat a matter with kid gloves is to handle it very delicately and carefully. The phrase is thought to have originated in the 18th century when gloves made from the soft leather of kid or lambskin were fashionable amongst the upper classes. Someone who wore kid gloves was therefore thought to be quite genteel and go about their affairs with delicacy; gloves were also worn when handling precious objects to avoid leaving damaging marks.