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Wearing Shoes on Customer's Boat

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I have a customer bringing in a '07 Sundancer 300 for a complete audio upgrade. 

Normally I would take my shoes off when doing this kind of install but this boat is a bit bigger than our normal and I will have to crawl around inside the engine room and I really don't want to do this bare foot or in my socks.

Would it be acceptable to take my shoes off when working in the lower deck and putting them back on when moving to the upper and engine room if the carpet is pulled first?

He's going to be taking it out the day before and the carrier will be wet.

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1 hour ago, Futzin' said:

yes

I hate wet carrier

+1  :rolleyes:

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Wear your normal boat shoes, they make footies that will fit over them.

This way your feet are dry, and your customer will see that you care.  Denny.

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I'd wear those paper footies.  Other option is to lay cardboard, plastic or other material in all the areas you will be walking.  

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I doubt Futzin ever has wet carrier...

brick

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My boat mechanic takes off his shoes and works in socks - mostly in the engine bay too. The guy who fabricated our new canvas made all the measurements in his socks.

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Clean socks or clean cheap white soled sneakers.  No marks. No stink.

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