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Old 07-05-2019, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default Inflatable spray booth ??? :)

Going thru John's 'Soddy Daisy carshow' photos, and then I watched his videos.. and after that.. THIS video popped up.. so I watched it.. pretty interesting. What do you fellas think? Obviously has some disadvantages but also some advantages over spraying in a dirty environment..

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I saw that they used one on garage squad ( man don't I wish they could come and help me) Anyway the guy who does their painting was elated as they were in an old dirty barn. Also it could be easily moved by deflating it.
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Would need to be stabilized or it could take off.
Looks like plenty of room once the car is in place
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interesting vid, reminds me of a bouncy house for cars. thanks for sharing.
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[QUOTE=BamaNomad;2253520]Going thru John's 'Soddy Daisy carshow' photos, and then I watched his videos.. and after that.. THIS video popped up.. so I watched it.. pretty interesting. What do you fellas think? Obviously has some disadvantages but also some advantages over spraying in a dirty environment..

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I used a Harbor frt portable garage, Sealed all seams from the inside. Built a plywood front which included a door. Plus space for three box fans. The coating on the covering is almost translucent. Painting in summer heat is an issue. Very early in the AM. I had very little trash on the surface. Cost was $250 plus labor. Not ideal but it did work fairly well.
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Going thru John's 'Soddy Daisy carshow' photos, and then I watched his videos.. and after that.. THIS video popped up.. so I watched it.. pretty interesting. What do you fellas think? Obviously has some disadvantages but also some advantages over spraying in a dirty environment..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HyAq3tLXlw[/QUO

I used a Harbor frt portable garage, Sealed all seams from the inside. Built a plywood front which included a door. Plus space for three box fans. The coating on the covering is almost translucent. Painting in summer heat is an issue. Very early in the AM. I had very little trash on the surface. Cost was $250 plus labor. Not ideal but it did work fairly well.
Thanks for posting. I have been considering trying that.
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From what I've heard, a paint booth should have explosion proof fans. For us "one and done painters" what is an economical solution to this?
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