Custom aprons are generally designed according to a person's individual preferences. However, it is common for restaurants and hotels to also customize aprons for their staff with corporate logos, names and taglines printed or embroidered on them. Although aprons are common in many industries, from medical to trades, customized aprons are mostly found in the restaurant, food serving and processing sectors. p>
The bib style aprons are full length models that cover you from just below the neck down to the knees while the waist aprons cover you from the waist down, and both styles may be customized. Today, apron customization options include a wide array of colors, designs and fabrics. The fabrics can range from cotton, polyester linen blends, canvas, leather, rubber, plastic and even Teflon coatings. The customization process includes adding things such as extra pockets in the bib area to store recipes, key chain loops, sleeves for pens and mobile phones, comfortable buckle belts, and hook and loop belts, etc. Customized aprons can also have your own or a loved one's picture and/or a personalized message printed or embroidered on them.
While customizing an apron it would be prudent to bear in mind the kind of operations that you are involved in. If you are performing a heavy-duty cleaning operation or work in a messy environment it would be better to customize a dark colored apron that camouflages the dirt and grime as opposed to customizing a white or light colored apron. Because aprons are articles of outerwear that are basically designed to protect your clothes and work clothes from stains and dirt, many people will only wear a custom apron as a fashion accessory so they won't spoil it. Custom aprons are also ideal to give to somebody as a gift.