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    A heads up for those who wear HI-Vis shirts

    halfbacks were invented to stop prop forwards taking over the world.

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    Look out for the polyester shirts as well

    Get them too close to a heat source and they will melt onto your skin

    Iíve seen a refrigeration plumber swing his oxy across a shirt and it went up like sugar in a fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    Look out for the polyester shirts as well

    Get them too close to a heat source and they will melt onto your skin

    Iíve seen a refrigeration plumber swing his oxy across a shirt and it went up like sugar in a fire
    My polyester shirt melted from the seat belt rubbing against it as the truck bounced across these bitumen covered motocross tracks the ****** politicians call roads.
    Neale


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    never really noticed any additional heat around the reflective tape on my work shirts.
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    ALL of my work shirts and pants are made of heavy duty cotton and I have Never had any dramas with the reflective tape.
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