Paint Gloves

We have always had a great service from Black Country Paints. They deliver as promised and will always try to accommodate our various requirements. We order large quantities on a regular basis and have never had a problem with the consistency of materials and the colour matches.

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Paint Gloves

Industrial painting can very easily become quite a messy process. Thankfully, here at BC Paints, we stock a superb range of paint gloves that can suit your exact painting scenario. Whether you are painting industrial floors or heavy duty vehicle painting, it is important to wear the correct paint gloves in order for you to achieve your desired outcome. Browse below to experience our high quality painting gloves or alternatively why not give us a call on 01902 954947 or alternatively, email us at:

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    Gloves For Spray Painting

    Making sure you have the correct gloves for spray painting can be an underestimated protocol many people seem to forget. By failing to wear the correct gloves for spray painting paint, you are exposing your hands to potentially harmful chemicals and unwanted stains. Fortunately, we stock a super selection of gloves for spray painting use which offer immense quality in terms of strength, durability, chemical resistance and comfort. Browse our range today to get your hands on these incredibly useful painting gloves.


    1. Should I wear gloves when painting?

    Yes. Some paints can be hazardous on the skin, causing irritation, and are difficult to remove from the skin.

    2. What kind of gloves will I need for painting?

    This depends on the paint job. Latex and nitrile gloves are suitable for latex and nitrile-based paints. Whereas, chemical-resistant gloves are suitable for harsh chemical and oil-based paint.

    3. What if I get paint on my skin?

    Some paints, such as harsh chemical ones, can cause irritation, rashes, and allergic reactions. Avoid adverse effects by wearing PPE (protective gear). Immediately wash the paint from your skin with soap and water.

    4. Is it difficult to paint wearing gloves?

    It may take some getting used to, but the process will be smoother with the right precautions, and correct gloves and size.