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Old 01-22-2013, 11:51 AM
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See that is what I was thinking but I was worried about the color being too hot on top of the shirt being a thicker material than just a T and besides my logo color is a dark green so really I am limited on how dark the shirt can be in the first place. I am worried about stains though. Especially with bringing on an employee this year, will they take extra time to get all the stains out like I did? And even with extra scrubbing all of them didn't come out anyway. I have a problem with wiping my face on my shoulder when working so all the sweat mixed with dirt gets wiped on there and is really hard to come off after a while.
That light color is going to show everything, and will be impossible to clean after a few uses. Plus you look "dirty when giving a estmate in the afternoon. You should be able to find a light materal in a dark green color, I often wear "mechanics" pants for the simple reason there light and comfortable.

Another thing I was looking into was gettting some custom made "patches", they could be sewn on hats shirts or jackets.
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Old 01-22-2013, 12:01 PM
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For pants the green Carhart B151 pants are great. They fit loose and keep you cool but still wear well. Online you can often get then for as low as $30 each shipped.

For tree work they also make some duck cotton pants that are indestructible.
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Old 01-23-2013, 01:23 PM
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The fishersmens type of button-down shirts are made from 100% nylon & in a light breeze dry extremely fast & they look pro with a nice collar. Don't confuse the ones from Columbia brand that are 100% polyester 'cause after a month they start to stink & retain an odor. Ridiculous since they average $40 each.
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Old 04-03-2013, 09:46 PM
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So did you go with these? Are they Dickies?
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Old 04-03-2013, 10:00 PM
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For pants the green Carhart B151 pants are great. They fit loose and keep you cool but still wear well. Online you can often get then for as low as $30 each shipped.

For tree work they also make some duck cotton pants that are indestructible.
I swear to god I have those in "kaki" color and those are my dress up, goin' to a funeral pants!
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Old 05-09-2013, 11:08 PM
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honestly no I didn't end up getting them for this season we are still using the t-shirts from last year. I found out in January that I am expecting baby number 4! So I didn't invest much into the biz this year because I am not able to expand as much as I wanted too. Hubby asked me not to get any more yards since he will have to work his job and mine both once I get too far along. So to spare him I kept growth down this year. Even though we did manage to pick up 5 new customers with out a lick of advertising.

Plantscape Solutions: I had planned to go with the green color pants but thought about maybe just starting out with jeans and see where that goes...
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