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Why Do Painters Wear White?

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Painters used to wear white because traditionally the houses painted used to have shades of paint, but the main reason is because it differentiates the paint drops and splatters which are part of the days job.
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Painters wear white becuase it is easy to bleach. Not that the paint really comes out but it will at least look cleaner. Also the bleach will take the paint smell out of there clothing
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Certain professions are associated with specific uniforms and colors. For example, the housekeeping profession is often associated with blue and white pin-striped dresses with large
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Painter's wear white for many reasons. White is a sign of professionalism in the industry, it also is worn to show that they are very clean. Originally painter's wore white because
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Back in the 1800s, everything was "whitewashed" - not colored paint, so white overalls
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