5 Stars By Rob on 2013-12-12
DuPont Tyvek TY122S Disposable Coveralls with Hood and Boots highly effective
The disposable coveralls were well designed and easy to get on and off. The boots were attached to the coverall legs making taping unnecessary. Elastic at the cuffs and face made for a very good seal around the full face respirator. After a full day of work there was no detectable infiltration of insulation into the suit or onto my clothes.
5 Stars By A on 2017-04-29
For Life's Little Toxic Inconveniences
Do you live in an older home? In an area where the weather gets turbulent? Do you live in an older neighborhood that is being gentrified? Or maybe you want to DIY some work on your older house that may have lead or asbestos or even just itchy fiberglass. You need this. It isn't just for doomsday scenarios.
The multipack is the most economical way to have a store of suits on hand. I lived in hurricane alley, tornado alley, and along the San Andreas fault. While I have been very lucky, I've had trees come down on my home, been trapped by flood waters (which thank goodness did not reach my house), lived in an apartment where the basement flooded to two feet and the landlord did not feel like cleaning it up, and most recently had condo neighbors whose renovation spilled lead paint and plaster dust all over the basement and everything in it. You want to clean that stuff up without eventually bringing it inside your living space? Wear a tyvek suit. With these, you will also need gloves and a mask/respirator.
5 Stars By Huckleberry on 2013-06-09
Durable for what it is intended for
Bought these to wear while removing some asbestos shingles from my house. They stood up to a full day's abuse of climbing up and down ladders, kneeling and crawling and just general use. Only issue I had was that it was a bit of a sauna wearing them as they held in all the moisture I generated while working in the 85 degree sun.
4 Stars By PAHOUA LEE on 2013-11-10
Great for many uses!
This is a great all-around purchase. Not only can you use an outfit for painting, but you can wear it while working in poison oak bushes!
This Halloween, I painted some stripes on the arms and legs, and made a NASA logo to cover the DuPont Tyvek sign -- and Ta da! I had an astronaut costume!
Beware that the material is not breathable, though. I found myself needing to cool my body down while in my costume.
5 Stars By Shane on 2017-03-03
Work Great. More durable than I would have expected
Work Great. More durable than I would have expected. I just take them off and hang them up. I thought I would be tossing them in the trash after each use. As it is, I'm getting about 5 daily wear out of them before I wear through the shoes.
4 Stars By J on 2015-09-06
Good single use protection for painting and insulation
These are great for keeping clean. I use them for painting with a sprayer and for attic electrical work. I react badly to fiberglass insulation so the full body coverage is great. I combine it with a full face mask and gloves. For painting they make for easy cleanup.
There are some issues with sizing. I am 6 ft tall but on the slender side so I need a 2XL. Anything less is too short and will tear when I try to maneuver in an attic. Also a smaller size makes in difficult to get shoes inside. The sleeves have to be taped to the gloves to stay in place.
Paint will soak through if you get enough on but a light mist will not penetrate. T
hey get quite hot inside too.
On balance, the best thing I have found so highly recommended.
4 Stars By AlumiGogo Customer on 2017-02-20
Good quality and value
The Tyvek brand suits are better than the alternatives I've tried. I tend to split the seams of lower quality coveralls, but haven't had a problem with these. When just using these to contain messes (rather than fiberglass, lead, or other hazardous material), I can get away with throwing them in the washing machine and reusing them. I have gotten a couple with broken zippers. Not happy about that, but I taped them shut and they worked alright. Now, if they could make it so they weren't incredibly hot to wear, I'd never try anything else.
4 Stars By HerMan on 2016-12-08
They fit nicely around my Honeywell 54001
These coveralls work. The only problem is in the summer when one sweats a lot. They will just disappear where they get wet. I was cleaning out a room and sweating profusely and looked down and the inside of the groin area was completely open.
I do not have the same problem when I use these coveralls in the winter. I just got finished working for 5 hours and they didn't rip or open. They fit nicely around my Honeywell 54001.0 North 5400 Series Full Face respirator. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004FRZTPK/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_1
5 Stars By AlumiGogo Customer on 2014-04-15
I bought these to keep me fiberglass-free because I am rebuilding my kitchen.
They work perfectly.
The only caveat is the attached 'footsies' are a little too small for my (very large) feet.
I cannot wear work boots with the coverall on, I have to wear training shoes.
5 Stars By Susan C. on 2017-08-02
Couldn't do without these.
These are great for wearing when doing poison ivy removal in my yard. Also great for cleaning out the basement and garage - keeps the debri and spiders off.