by Lee Wyatt
(last updated September 19, 2016)
How many times has this happened to you? You're driving home and you end up having some kind of mechanical failure. It could be a dead battery, a blown tire, or something else. You pull over to repair the problem, and when you get finished you find yourself covered somehow in car grease. For many people, about the only readily available solution would be to either throw the clothes away or use them as the future do-it-yourself wardrobe.
For most people, however, it may not be the most reasonable solution to relegate a complete set of clothes to only be worn maybe once a month, if your lucky, let alone throwing them away each and every time you work on a car. Save those clothes, and quite a bit of money, by using some of these ideas.
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