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Old 09-13-2017, 06:10 PM   #15
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lots of great feedback, thx very much!
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Coveralls, no thanks, too balky and catch on everything. A pair of cut offs, same with a T-shirt, safety glasses, no hat (falls off anyway) good pair of surgical gloves (sometimes), big piece of cardboard when I'm not using the creeper.
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^^ gotcha, thx ... yours are my default since i was a kid but i'm at the point i'd rather get grease and grime - and have a bit more material protection - going forward.

thx again to everyone for your feedback, very much appreciated.
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Reinforced paper coveralls.....when finished if still good, roll them up and use them again...if not, trash....no cleaning needed.
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The advantage to coveralls is the ability to easily slip them off to climb into the white leather drivers seat without yucking it up. My seats are real leather, not the pleather found in coaches now and it hangs onto the grease. I have some spots I need to address from someone that worked on it.
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Reinforced paper coveralls.....when finished if still good, roll them up and use them again...if not, trash....no cleaning needed.
Hadn't considered that, thx for the idea.
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The advantage to coveralls is the ability to easily slip them off to climb into the white leather drivers seat without yucking it up. My seats are real leather, not the pleather found in coaches now and it hangs onto the grease. I have some spots I need to address from someone that worked on it.
yep, @ times I can be a walking smudge so would like to avoid messing things up.
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I have CarHarts, Duluth and Dickies. Dickies have light ones that are cheap, hold up pretty well and when you ruin them get another pair. I wear Dickies over top my others to keep out dirt, grease, grime etc...

I only wear my CarHarts for cold. Duluth makes great work clothes and and hold up very well. Duluth Trading Co. Men's & Women's Workwear & Clothing
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Just a old pair of levi's and a t-shirt if they get dirty they get washed.
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