Plastic Coveralls Protect Dress Clothes from Grease (Feb, 1954)

And they look pretty spiffy too!

Quickly Donned Plastic Coveralls Protect Dress Clothes from Grease
Vinyl-plastic coveralls that don’t let grease penetrate to clothes beneath are ideally suited for the home mechanic. Quickly slipped on, zipped up the front and belted, the coveralls protect dress clothes from all dirt and stains. The material is light, strong and impervious to chemicals.

7 comments
  1. mrchurchill109 says: July 5, 20074:12 am

    And after 15 minutes you will be opening the cuffs to let out the buckets of sweat that you will be generating. Tyvek disposable coveralls are much the same – they really don’t breathe and may keep you clean but will certainly make you sweat rivers.

    Nice idea,but not all that practical. Love the hat, though…

  2. Blurgle says: July 5, 20074:24 am

    Nice to see he dresses left…

    Also, this would be a perfect outfit for a Newfoundland Gay Pride parade.

  3. Stannous says: July 5, 200711:22 pm

    “a perfect outfit for a Newfoundland Gay Pride parade.”

    What will the other two wear?

  4. jon says: March 3, 20095:16 am

    A very sexy overall. I like it. Overalls are sexy.

  5. Andrew L. Ayers says: May 9, 20106:33 pm

    If your mechanic wears spotless clothing, its time to find another mechanic.

  6. Toronto says: May 9, 20107:28 pm

    Q: Are we not men?

    – 1978

  7. Firebrand38 says: May 9, 20108:14 pm

    Toronto: Daddy, everybody’s devolving!

    But I think you can’t get no satisfaction

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