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    I was just wondering what everyone wears to weld in. do you prefer welding jackets or those have shirt sleeves with a apron attached to the bottom of it or even the good ol' wrangler shirts. Just another topic to see what everyone uses. also very bored at the moment lol.

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    FR shirt and pants unless i am outside in the cold then its FR coveralls over them...Bob
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    Default welding cloths

    http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/cyberweld_2244_150193277
    Leather top jacket with detachable leather bib. Almost like that but detachable bib
    Last edited by go2building; 12-28-2012 at 10:52 PM.

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    Welding sock sleeves are the best. Look them up.
    & a welders hockey mask. With a cloth. Welders jacket. Is my preference. In these 30 degree weather.
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    Crocks and shorts if 7018, 6010 ill put boots and jeans on. Bright red thong either way

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    Depends on the job. Just use common sence. After a couple of hot ones you'll know what to wear.

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    Default welding cloths

    Crocks and shorts ( red thong ) LMFAO

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    If cool I always use the leather jacket and blue jeans... If hot, flannel shirt instead...

    no welding boots or welding socks. do use cotton socks. umm I got the scars on my feet to show I don't use boots.
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    Having difficult time locating fr bright green thong

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    Cotton or other non-synthetic fibers (synthetics melt and catch fire like napalm).

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