Is that actually a problem...????
OK, this is no longer the 50's when rolling up the cuffs of your Blue Jeans
and exposing your white socks was in style. ;~)
Just make sure your pants are long enough to be in style and you should be
REAL men don't wear socks.
Try an apron. If that doesn't help, get the dust collector
system you should already be using. It'll keep a lot of the
pieces and dust from flying in the first place.
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Might have something to do with the type of socks you're wearing. I've had
this problem frequently with wool socks, but never with cotton.
Doug Miller (alphageek at milmac dot com)
How come we choose from just two people to run for president and 50 for Miss
That is an interesting point at that. I wear plain white socks with the
knit gray heel and toe thingies, or else the footie socks with little white
snowflakes on the soles. (Oh shut up.) Never wool, and I haven't worn my
one pair of dress socks since the last job interview, seven years ago.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < email@example.com>
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I only require that my "clean" socks not have any sawdust on them...and my
wife seems to have mastered the art of filling my sock drawer with socks
that meet my expectations... Once I head out to the shop I personally do
not care if I accumulate sawdust
on any of my clothing... ...
Probably 95% of what I create is dust...saw dust. I get very few wood
And even the chips need to get PUSHED...even though very lightly some
times...to get it stuck in my socks. I do often get a lot of dust on
the tops of my socks. But I just brush them off lightly while they're
on...and the dust easily comes off.
I usually wear long pants or sweats while working...and they
completely cover the socks. Summer time shorts causes more of a
problem. But, even then, I try to wear long pants most times...to
provide even a minimal amount of skin protection.
Have a nice week...
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