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When is it Time for a New Work T-Shirt?

Look, work and feel your best with new work shirts from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

You need work shirts that work just as hard as you do. When you’re on the job, you’re faced with the possibility of oil stains, sweat, dirt and grime. Not only does you work t-shirt get dirty, it might snag on a nail. You might even have a favorite work t-shirt that you’ve worn so often, it’s begun to fade or stretch out. With the all the wear and tear, it’s probably time for a new work shirt. That’s where Blain’s Farm & Fleet steps in. Use our tips on knowing when it’s time for a new work t-shirt.

When is it time to buy new work shirts
You’re hardworking and you expect your work shirts to be, too. Find out when it’s time to pitch out those old work shirts and gear with something new from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

1. Your work shirts are stained

Sure, you can get some stains out with hydrogen peroxide or baking soda. If you think you can get the stains out of your work shirt, read through our best ways to wash men’s work shirts article. You can use items you probably already have at home to get rid of tough stains. However, if your work t-shirt is stained beyond repair, it’s time for a new one. There are actually shirts with repel technology to help protect you from oil, water and other stains.

2. Your work shirts don’t fit

A stretched out work shirt will look baggy and sloppy. Plus, if it’s too big, it can actually be a safety hazard on the job. If your work shirt is too small, you won’t have a full range of motion, limiting you on the job. You’ll also be uncomfortable. At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that finding the right size can be tricky. That’s why we offer men’s work shirts in sizes ranging from small to 5XL. We also offer tall sizes for an even better fit. Our women’s clothing also comes in a variety of sizes, ranging from petite to misses to women’s.

3. Your work shirts have holes

When you’re on the job, safety is your top priority. If your work shirt has holes in it, it can actually be unsafe. You could snag the holey shirt on a nail or even the barbed wire of a fence. Your appearance will also suffer. While some work shirts might be able to be sewn up, a t-shirt should probably just be replaced.

At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand you need your work shirts to work for you. That’s why we team up with brands like Carhartt, Work n’ Sport and 5.11 Tactical to bring you comfortable and durable work shirts for any job. When you’re on the jobsite, the last thing you should have to think about is your clothes. With Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can find the perfect work shirt and concentrate on getting the job done right.


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