Workwear for the Automotive Industry

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Workwear for the Automotive Industry

Wouldn’t it be great if a company decided to design clothing solely with your business in mind? That’s basically what Red Kap decided to do. Red Kap has been a leading brand in the automotive industry for quite some time, getting it’s start as a humble, family business in the 1920s. As time went on, Red Kap decided to really focus in on the automotive industry, taking an interest in the needs of garages, race tracks, and the people who worked at them. Red Kap workwear is designed specifically to help you do your job to the best of your ability. How are they helping you? Continue reading

The Best of Both Worlds: Quality and Affordability for Workwear

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The Best of Both Worlds: Quality and Affordability for Workwear

It seems that so often in the world, we have to choose between quality and affordablity. Whether you are buying clothing, a new car, housing, or even something as simple as food, you cannot have great quality at an affordable price. You have to make a choice. At Automotive Workwear, we recognize that quality workwear doesn’t always have to come at a high price. We sell our brands for the most affordable rates around the country. Why? Because it’s important that we provide you with the workwear you need, the workwear that will keep you safe on the job, and that you are able to afford it Continue reading

The Fabric of Your Work Life: What is Your Workwear Made From?

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The Fabric of Your Work Life: What is Your Workwear Made From?

Your favorite work pants, those work shirts that are your go-to, even the jacket that you love to wear, each garment is made from fabric. Some people always check tags and fabrics before buying, while others just go with “if it’s comfortable, I’ll wear it.” For all of those people, let’s take a quick look at why the fabric you are choosing matters. Continue reading

Finding An Everyday Work Shirt

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Finding An Everyday Work Shirt

Finding the right work shirt for your business involves knowing the needs of your employees. If you have come to Automotive Workwear, there’s a good chance that you are looking for your garage or automotive business. We have a wide variety of work shirt options, including the very best from brands like Red Kap and Wrangler. Know what your employees need to do their jobs, and then use the information to choose the best work garments. Continue reading

Automotive Workwear’s Best Selling Coveralls

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Automotive Workwear’s Best Selling Coveralls

Here at Automotive Workwear, we sell workwear that is designed for a wide variety of careers. Our Chef Designs options provide quality uniforms for the kitchen and front of the house. Bulwark is a leader in flame resistant workwear. Our Horace Small workwear is outfitting law enforcement and first responders across the nation. And then there is Red Kap. Automotive Workwear loves to be involved with the automotive industry, so what better brand to carry than the top one in the industry. Our Red Kap workwear is “done right,” designed to make your job in the automotive industry easier. Coveralls might be a necessity on your job, whether you are on the racetrack or in the garage, so keep reading to take a quick look at three of our bestselling Red Kap options. Continue reading

Rip Stop Fabric: Revolutionizing Your Workwear

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Rip Stop Fabric: Revolutionizing Your Workwear

Your workwear comes in a variety of fabrics, including cotton, twill, duck, canvas, and others. The most common is probably a cotton/polyester blend. That blend keeps you cool and comfortable on the job, without compromising ease of garment care. However, you might have found that over time, your work shirts or pants have started showing signs of wear by the appearance of rips and tears. On the one hand, your work environment has a reputation for being hard on clothes and your workwear has hopefully had a pretty good run. But on the other hand, should you have to worry that your shirt will rip if it gets caught on a jutting edge of metal, or in the midst of changing the oil? The answer is no. Continue reading