When you’re thinking about uniforms for your mechanics, coveralls are a popular choice for many reasons. Many mechanics prefer them over pants and a work shirt because they protect personal clothes from the dirt and grime that are an everyday part of the job. Mechanics especially come into contact with dirt and oil that is hard to get out of fabrics, but wearing coveralls allows them to protect their personal clothes. Coveralls are a practical, comfortable, and convenient choice as a mechanic uniform.
Coveralls are the most practical piece of uniform equipment you could choose because they do “cover all.” They protect skin and clothes from ankles to wrists (if the coveralls are long-sleeved) to the neckline. Your employees will be protected from cleaners, rough surfaces, and any other chemicals they come into contact with. When it comes to employee safety, coveralls are the best choice. Coveralls are an extremely practical choice if you’re watching your mechanic uniform budget as well. You’re only buying or renting one piece of clothing per uniform rather than two or more. The coveralls are made to be durable and long-lasting, even in harsh conditions.
One of the best things about coveralls is that they are comfortable. First, your employees can wear whatever street clothes they feel most comfortable in underneath the coveralls. Second, they don’t require a belt, which many people find uncomfortable and annoying, or suspenders. Third, coveralls have an elastic waistband that promises comfortable wear for people of varying shapes and sizes. Aside from the waistband, the rest of the coveralls provide roomy comfort, making them more comfortable in hot environments and ensuring that employees have a great range of movement. Finally, coveralls come in short sleeve, long sleeve, and insulated versions to ensure comfort all year long.
Coveralls are also very convenient. This one piece of clothing replaces two or three other mechanic uniform pieces (pants and shirt as well as an apron or tool belt in many cases). This convenience makes it easier for your employees to buy and store uniform pieces (or for your company to buy them). Coveralls also have lots of pockets all over to hold all of the essential tools that employees need to keep handy. Finally, they usually have a double-sided zipper, so they are easy to put on and take off while protecting street clothes underneath. That zipper is secured behind a fly to protect vehicle finishes.
Uniform Services from Ace Uniform
To give your business a clean, professional, and cohesive look, rely on Ace Uniform. Whether you need uniforms in the food, automotive, industrial, construction, medical, security, or you-name-it industry, we can provide you with the uniforms you need for the price you want. Give us a call at 1-800-366-1616 or visit us online to learn how we can help meet your needs. Want to get to know us even better? Visit us on social media on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and LinkedIn.