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Covering Up Against Paint

While painting isn’t inherently dangerous, there are risks involved like burns and breathing issues caused by the chemicals in paint products. Selling paint safety products alongside paint, rollers and other supplies positions you as a one-stop shop for your customers’ painting needs, whether they are weekend warriors or professionals. Read on to discover the top products to stock to protect clothing and any exposed skin that could become irritated by contact with paint.

Magid Glove & Safety Manufacturing Company LLC’s EconoWear CVC8MCP Disposable Microporous Protection Coveralls offer excellent liquid and particulate barrier protection and superior comfort, breathability and durability. They are constructed of a microporous polyethylene film bonded to spun-bonded polypropylene.

DeVilbiss Automotive Refinishing’s CLEAN™ Coverall comes in various signature colors. It offers a lightweight durable nylon front, breathable cotton back, pullover hood, elastic wrist closures, hook and loop ankle closures, zipper front and elastic waist. It is washable and reusable.

Stave Off the Sun
Mitigating heat stress has become a major focus in recent years. Cooling PPE can be used to reduce the core body temperature.

SAS Safety offers a SMS Breathable Crew Coverall with a breathable material to reduce heat stress plus three layers of protection against light splashes, sprays and particulates.

Trimaco’s DuPont™ Tyvek® Button Up Jacket has two pockets and an easy to button up front. This painter’s coat blocks liquids and airborne particles yet is breathable for all-day comfort while keeingp legs from getting overheated.

Trimaco also offers DuPont™ Tyvek® Breathable Dual Coveralls which provide superior protection in the front with a back made of a breathable fabric for comfort.

Hot Tip
With so many painting jobs taking place outdoors, along with cooling PPE, carry other products like sunscreen, hats, cooling towels and water bottles to keep your customers safe.

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