10 Best Hard Hat Sweatbands Reviewed and Rated in 2019

One of the major additions that you can incorporate into your hard hat is a sweatband. The best hard hat sweatband is a great accessory to your hard hat because it further improves the item’s ability to keep you safe and comfortable during the whole duration of your work. Also referred by many as a hard hat forehead pad, this sweatband is often constructed from an absorbent material, such as terrycloth. The more modern sweatbands have sleeker versions, adding fun and pleasure to the act of wearing them. One of the most obvious reasons why you need a sweatband for your hard hat is to absorb sweat. It prevents sweat from dripping from your forehead down to your eyes, face, and neck. If you are someone whose job involves wearing a hard hat then it could help you to incorporate a sweatband into it. A washable hard hat sweatband is also helpful if you work under the heat of the sun for long hours every day. With the sweatband around, beating the heat and preventing the sweat from penetrating your eyes will no longer be that difficult. The most dependable hard hat accessories sweatbands that you can find today are those that are easy to wash and a truly absorbent. If possible, the fab...

Velcro wants you to stop using the term ‘Velcro’ incorrectly

createPerformanceMark(‘first image displayed’); VELCRO Brand/YouTube The legal team at Velcro is, according to a new tongue-in-cheek video, fed up with people misusing the brand’s name to refer to shoes and wallets that use generic fastening technology. They are not “velcro shoes” or “velcro wallets,” the company insists, but shoes and wallets with hook-and-loop fasteners. To drive the point home, the company today released a music video of (apparent) Velcro employees taking turns, in rhapsodic verse, decrying the ways people incorrectly use the brand in everyday life. “We’re a company that’s so successful, that everywhere you go you see this hairy, scratchy fastener and you say, ‘Hey! That’s velcro!” a male “employee” in a suit begins, before dishing the next verse to a businesswoman. “But even though we invented this stuff, our patent lapsed forty years ago. Now no matter who else makes it, you still want to call it ‘velcro.’” The gripe seems mostly like a joke, but as the video’s description contends, when people use the generic name “velcro” to ...