How-To: Homemade spray booth - Page 6
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Saturday, 19 August 2006 13:26
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Step Six

Now we create a window. Its almost impossible to see what you are doing through a shower liner, so a window is the perfect solution.  I found an extra piece of plexi-glass from an earlier mod and picked a corner to place it in. You may want to try a side or create several different windows (I'm happy with one).  I traced the plexi-glass on the liner and then cut out a rectangle an inch inside of my origional line. This is to leave room for the velcro to hold the plexi-glass on. Next I followed the same procedure for attaching the velcro in step five. Then simply attach your plexi-glass window. Again if you want something more air-tight, then you will want to cover all the edges of the plexi-glass with velcro. You will also want to cut two holes near the window for your hands to enter the booth.  I decide the cheapest way was to simply cut two slits with some scissors (one for your spraying hand and the other for the rotating hand).  To keep the overspray off my skin, I wear some dishwashing gloves.

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