Can I use white Tyvek coveralls as a beekeeping suit? These Tyvek coveralls are what u use when spraying chem?


Or would it be better to buy some supplies Fron apiary a place? I know these custom Tyvek breath and are almost impermeable

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  1. Farm Gal
    3:20 am on March 4th, 2010

    You could use the Tyvek coveralls if you wanted to but they are not necessary and would probably be uncomfortable. Almost any kind of long sleeve shirt with the beekeeper’s hood and gloves are protection enough.

  2. Mellisa
    3:21 am on March 4th, 2010

    I wouldn’t trust a Tyvek vs. mad bees. They’re not made to repel a bee’s stinger. They’re made to protect the skin from non-penetrating things like liquids and powders.
    If you’re not allergic to bees, you could give it a try but I think you’d be putting your life at risk.

  3. Loren S
    3:35 am on March 4th, 2010

    gotta concur with melissa. not thick or strong enough.

  4. Aaron
    3:41 am on March 4th, 2010

    It may work, but i wouldnt risk it.

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