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Mad Scientist

posted on 1/11/05 at 05:47 PM Reply With Quote
My new spraybooth

Sod the expense! I always wanted a spray booth in my garage and now I have one!



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flak monkey

posted on 1/11/05 at 05:50 PM Reply With Quote
Nicely done...just make sure you leave the door open when you are spraying

I should get a compressor and spray gun. Im fed up with crappy spray cans. Be handy for my model stuff as well





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Peteff

posted on 1/11/05 at 05:58 PM Reply With Quote
I always use the back of the shed door to test the fan on my gun. Wasps are right junkies when it comes to thinners .





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Danozeman

posted on 1/11/05 at 06:14 PM Reply With Quote
I always use my shed door for the end bit of the spray can. Its some nice colours.

Whats the mag lite for in the spray booth??

Looks a good idea.





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Mad Scientist

posted on 1/11/05 at 10:23 PM Reply With Quote
HAHA!!
The maglite was to check i'd sprayed eveywhere. The light was fading and I couldn't be bothered to get my halogen lights out.
I found that keeping the garage door shut is cheaper than beer and more effective! Worst hangover ever though and I haven't even been to bed yet!

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