Deciding Between a Full Paint Suit or a Painters Lab Coat
If you are a professional spray painter working in an auto body repair shop or spraying other types of paint surfaces, there are many reasons why you should always wear a paint suit. But you may have some trouble deciding between the two different styles of spray paint suits: a Full Body Paint Suit or a Painters Lab Coat.
Disposable paint suits like painters' coveralls or jackets help protect painters from hazardous chemicals while painting and sanding automobiles, boats, planes and other types of vehicle repairs. Full-body paint suits and coats provide a particle protection barrier to protect against dangerous chemcals being absorbed into the skin.
Here are some advantages and disadvantages to help you choose between a pair of paint protective coveralls or a lab coat.
Full Paint Suits
- Attached hood
- Elastic cuffs for waist, wrists, and ankles
- Rear Pockets
- Full two-way zipper
- Full body range of motion
- Private Labeling
- More cost-effective in the long-term
- Could be warer that a lab coat
- Potentially more difficult to put on and take off
- Higher price point
Our Top Selected Full Body Paint Suits:
- CTW NYLON SPRAY SUIT
- ORIGINAL SPRAY SUIT
- VOC PAINT SUIT
- CTW CARBON FIBER PAINT SUIT
Painters Lab Coats
- More cost-effective in the short-term
- Easy to put on and remove
- Attached hood
- Elastic cuffs for wrists only
- Front Pockets
- No lower body protection
- Not as protective overall
Our Top Selected Antistatic Lab Coat:
CTW LAB COAT
You can embroider or screen print your logo on paint suits and lab coats. Your custom logo can be embroidered with a minimum order of 30 suits or coats, or screen printed with a minimum of 500 suits or coats.
Learn more about these and any other paint suits by CTW International. Contact us today if you need any assistance with your disposable protective apparel or paint supply needs.