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How-To: Homemade spray booth - Page 9
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Written by Booman   
Saturday, 19 August 2006 13:26
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After a few more test paintings, I found that something needed to cover the ground under the booth. Some over spray that isn't sucked out by the fans will fall to the ground. I ended up using an old blanket. Even a piece of cardboard or masonite would work.  I also found a couple of cheap stools for putting a case on, and I use a rotation tray with bearings to spin the case around as I paint.  You can find those at a home improvement store or an antique store.  They are made for holding condiments on a kitchen table.  You will have to clean off the window from time to time because it will be coated with overspray.

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