Wood Finishing Make This Simple Fabric Booth So Spray Finishing Will Be A Joy Not A Task
Wood finishing make this simple fabric booth so spray finishing will be a joy not a task is post about Magazine bookmarked by jason with ID 11841875684 was uploaded on 18-04-2019 and has been viewed 88,306 times.
Lightweight Fabric Spray Booth Photos by Karen McBride I needed a spray booth to fit into the oddly shaped upstairs dormer of my 200-year-old log workshop, and that quickly got me thinking how a hospital-curtain design might work.
My booth needed to be bright and large enough to spray beds and dining room tables, but still easy to set up and stow away.For a number of reasons this style of spray booth is for water-based finishes only.
When a friend suggested that I permanently install an exhaust fan on the ceiling, the concept for my curtain booth was complete.Essentially, my design consists of fabric walls that are held taut with bungee cords when the booth is set up.
When it's in storage, the fabric walls roll up and are kept in dust-free tubes on the wall.Between the two fabric walls, a drop-down, fabric-panelled frame holds lights and an exhaust fan in front of the window, used to expel the overspray.
The booth walls are constructed from about 12m of approximately 1.25m wide substandard parachute ripstop nylon cloth.Additional supplies for the booth include two lengths of household central-vacuum tubing, six simple wooden battens, an exhaust fan, two bungee cords, epoxy, PVC...