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Where To Buy Painters Overalls ~REPACK~



BlastOne PainterAlls are designed by painters for painters. With 5 layers of microfiber fabric, PainterAlls offer excellent chemical and solvent protection, along with Anti-static and CE Type 5/Type 6 protection. High breathability and lightweight design optimized for maximum wearer comfort. Elastic cuffs and ankles prevent dust and overspray from entering the suit and contacting your clothing. Available in a range of sizes. Ask us about our full range of PPE, including gloves and spray hoods.




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Painting with a brush or a roller often creates paint drips, splashes, spills, or situations where paint gets rubbed into protective clothing. This type of work is common when painting walls and ceilings, or wood such as door frames and windowsills.


Whether painters are applying paint with a brush, a roller, or a sprayer, the skin can absorb paint fumes and particles through in the air. Wearing paint suits can help reduce or eliminate health risks by shielding the skin from all paint toxins and fumes during paint jobs.


Workwear Depot specializes in the supply of affordable, functional and hardwearing workwear. Our high-quality range of workwear includes High-Visibility Clothing, Flame Resistant Clothing, Rainwear, Work Coveralls and Pants, Safety Footwear, Hand Protection and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).


Ideal for All Painting and Plastering Jobs. This modern Painters Bib will meet all your painting and plastering needs. The durable cotton fabric is absorbent and has been pre-shrunk to ensure that these overalls maintain their shape wash after wash. This bib is designed for a comfortable fit and includes several handy pockets for secure storage.


If Ralph Lauren can sell paint, why can't Benjamin Moore sell clothing? The timing could be right. In a display of reverse chic, middle-school boys in St. Petersburg, Fla., are turning industrial uniforms into trend-setting fashion. Last year they favored United States Postal Service uniforms. This year it's coveralls and used work shirts, preferably with a company name patch ("Exxon") above the pocket and oil stains intact. With the proper marketing, perhaps next year's fashion rage could be painters' overalls complete with Benjamin Moore paint splatters, available - for a price - at Bloomingdale's or Neiman Marcus.


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