turning your garage into a spray booth

Discussion in 'Building plans, blueprints, and finished projects' started by reidi_tim, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. reidi_tim

    reidi_tim New Member

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    Nice day and had to work 1/2 of it, but used the other half to paint some supers. So I unrolled the tarps and got busy painting. Was lucky to get a oh sh## paint from Lowes $5.00 for a gallon of paint I'm on that.
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  2. Marbees

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    reidi_tim: Nice day and had to work 1/2 of it, but used the other half to paint some supers.:lol:
    And painting hives is not work, it's fun :wink: Perry, are you reading this??
    Nice woodenware Tim :thumbsup:
     

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    I read it Marbees, wanna come over to my place, you can have all the fun you want!
    Nice job Tim.
    Wait a minute, now I see why Marbees thinks painting can be fun. I see a silver can in at least 2 of those pics! :lol: :rolling: :thumbsup:
     
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    Perry, you must remember to keep fluid intake up while doing this. I wear a respirator and full body suit. In between coats I fire up the heater and bring the temp up to 140 - 150 f to bake and cure the paint to decrease re-coat time.
     
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    Yep a few silver bullets make painting less painful. Jim
     
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    Tim, If Perry had to heat up to those temps in his neck of the Tundra, he'd go broke paying the heating bill.
    Let's hope that with all your care and attention to details, that paint job lasts a hundred years. :thumbsup: