Business Colours.

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  1. Masons

    Masons Guru
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    So then, I've now approached a point where I personally feel I need to have logo's on my uniform and a sign-written van.

    (Yes, I didn't before, but now I am)

    What i usually where is this:

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    With a pair of steel toe cap boots.

    My logo is turquoise and grey on white (or turquoise white on grey) and will go well on my silver van.
    I'm not limited to these colours though and am wondering about changing the look of the business.

    What colours do you all wear?

    I'm needing new trousers anyway so will easily spend another 80-90quid on trousers but wanna make sure get right ones.

    Thoughts.
     
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  2. All Round Cleaning

    All Round Cleaning Grand Master
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    Have a look in go outdoors mason they do some good ens in thereand u can
    Unzip the bottom of the leg to turn into shorts on hot days ideal for windowcleaning .
     
  3. harunh

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    get a pink t shirt and get your logo printed on... you will stand out ;)

    And go outdoors is a very good shop i never been but i am planning to go soon when i need some more workwear
     
  4. Dodger

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    I'd stick with those colours mate, those colours on ya logo should stand out like a sore thumb.
     
  5. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

    M.K Cleaners.co.uk Grand Master
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    Ive got bright yellow lol. I only got the becasue my van was green and whne I got my van sign written then only colpour tha stands out agiants green is.... Thats right yellow. I now regret getting a green van.
     
  6. Masons

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    ^^^^^
    I'm not surprised.

    I'm just debating going black.
    Snickers black trousers look sweet and black polos with company logo on will look good. and aslong as i get pure black I'll never be two tone tony will I?

    Green is associated with gardeners mainly and highway maintenance.
    Red is Sooty's (local firm of cowboys).
    Pink is the everton away strip.
    Yellow is a warning to predators that I'm poisonous.
    White would get mucky.
    Gold is camp.

    I dunno....
     
  7. Dodger

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    Maybe try opening an image of your logo in photoshop and trying different backgrounds see which the logo looks best against but I'm guessing it'll be black or navy.
     
  8. Posh

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    I like the idea of pink. That will stand out.
     
  9. Posh

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    Not left herself much scope there masons lol
     
  10. GMcleaning

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    i wear pretty much the same as you, with my co. name printed on the chest of the polo, black would look sweet tho! also, i dunno how much your spending on your trousers but mine cost a tenner from the market, almost identical?
     
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