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finishing painting room or booth ???

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I have done building my new workshop joinery which I’m soon by next month or something gonna be moved there so I’m looking to build a professional and special finishing painting room I have searched on the net to get idea most of them are using the booth but I’m not sure if that gonna be cheap or there is other options can do the same job

I need advice

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What type of painting. How often? Need more information to give any answers.


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hello and welcome back. you have been a member since 2011.
what has kept you away for so long ?
please tell us what kind of shop you have and what projects you will be doing.
everyone here has a different size shop and does different kinds of finishing.
are you going to be a professional furniture shop or just a hobby ?
so the more information you can provide, the more accurate the
responses will be.

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What type of painting. How often? Need more information to give any answers.


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I’m doing wooden door project which now I have very simple room when need to do the finishing

So looking for advice something more professional 🙂

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hello and welcome back. you have been a member since 2011.
what has kept you away for so long ?
please tell us what kind of shop you have and what projects you will be doing.
everyone here has a different size shop and does different kinds of finishing.
are you going to be a professional furniture shop or just a hobby ?
so the more information you can provide, the more accurate the
responses will be.

.

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More in wooden door and some time cabinet that was in my small workshop and now I have build something bigger so let see what I can do more and yes I’m going to be more professional not just hoppy

At the moment I’m lookinging to improve the finishing painting room when spraying door etc need more advice

I have attached photo of my new workshop which I’m gonna be moved very soon there .
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I am impressed that you remembered your username and password after 8 years!

If you need it for one-time use, fashion a simple frame from scrap and attach plastic sheets on the sides, top, and bottom. Choose a still, dry, early morning to spray.

You are in UAQ. I don't know if inexpensive PVC sprinkler pipe is available there, but you may be able to make an inexpensive frame from sprinkler pipe with 3-way elbows in the corners. Attach thin sheets of plastic or tarps with tape. Hold it down at the base with rocks, bricks, or sandbags. Done right, you should be able to take it apart and use it again and again.

Perhaps you need something more sturdy or permanent.
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Going back to the days when I had a Photographic dark room. Dust on the negatives would make white spots on the prints.

You want positive pressure in the finishing room. The easiest way is a small filtered vent in the bottom of the door. Put something like "T" shirt material on both sides of the filters in the door.

A small box enclosing a small fan high up on and through the wall. A couple of filters between the fan and the room and four filters between the shop and the fan. Both sides, again covered with "T" shirt material. This brings air into the room and at a positive pressure.

It is not as necessary to be as anal retentive about a finishing room as a dark room. (You can't feel a few micron dust spec but you can see it on a print from a dirty negative.) The positive pressure drives the ambient dust INTO the cracks and crevasses rather than sucking it out into the air in the room.

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