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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by mowerdude777, Jul 2, 2009.
okay, and just call me ryan
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Safety green here. If you do a lot of work with roads you need something visible. Osha likes them or orange or a vest. In the past we had dark green I was clipped by 3 cars in 4 years and since changing colors people actually slow down a little.
Yellow T's with the company name on the left pocket side, we also wear matching yellow caps with the company name on them as well.
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Me too...ash gray is what I use
Here are mine. I bought the shirts at JC Penney. 3 of them cost me $26. They're the thicker kind that last awhile.
I've been using gray knit shirts (with a collar- no T-shirts) I have them embroidered on the left chest. I went through several colors, many years ago. the shirts that I've been useing lasted a long time The manufacturer discontinued the shirt and I'm ready for a change.
How about safety fuchsia ? (bright pink) I don't think I could get anybody to wear it, but safety orange and green are pretty common for road crews and refuse collectors(garbage men).
Dark green or blue would be too hot.
yellow shows dirt - doesn't hide stains.
Question for all of you that wear gray: doesn't it show your sweat? Gray (when it's wet) turns into a really dark gray. It doesn't seem to be a "professional" look unless the entire shirt gets wet. Otherwise your armpits, chest, and lower back show exactly where you're sweating.
I ordered two sets of ten embroidered shirts, one a medium gray, which does show that darkening when I sweat, and a light gray which does not.
Funny thing is when I wear the dark gray, people offer me water much more often. They also seem to almost get worried when I'm drenched! It's a physical job, and looking like you are bustin it actaully might not be such a bad thing. Does that make the HO think he's very happy to not have to do it himself?
On some projects I get filthy. That can't be helped much, but I don't think it makes me look unprofessional either.