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  1. #1
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    Dickies Twill Work Shirts

    Anyone wear these while welding? A buddy of mine just gave me 6 of them and I know they are a cotton/poly blend. As I know, synthetics are a no-no.

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    Re: Dickies Twill Work Shirts

    rschreck

    No-no - maybe why they were gifted.

    If they fit, thank your friend, and only
    wear them for non-welding work days.

    They will last for years beyond the
    service life of a 'good' welding shirt.

    A gifting friend, and a gift horse, are
    not the same thing.

    Opus

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    Re: Dickies Twill Work Shirts

    I wear the regular cotton Dickie's pocket Ts for welding, after about 2 years they get to the point that theres more holes than shirts but they work fine for me day to day. IF im doing serious welding i will thrown on a set of full leathers but most of the time T-shirt with pull on sleeves works fine for me.

    Im to much of a fat kid to be in a full sleeve starched welding shirt all day long.
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    Re: Dickies Twill Work Shirts

    They were given to me because he got a different job and didn't need them anymore. Moved on to a shirt and tie job. Wasn't a welder.

    And I was mainly asking in regards to wearing them with leather sleeves. Forgot to mention that. My bad.

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