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elityls

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  1. Thanks for the help guys! It seems to be working out a little better. Here's what I've got so far...
  2. Hello all, This is my first post on the forum so bear with me... I'm working on finishing a guitar I built with nitro. I finished all the color coats and just started clear coating it. It seems like no matter how meticulously I search the guitar and remove hair, dust, and debris before spraying, no matter what, when I spray the hairs and dust fly at my guitar like missiles and get lodged in the clear. I've also tried blowing out the cavities with air, and wiping over the guitar with a tack cloth. I'm spraying in a booth I have set up in my basement with plastic draped from the ceiling and a shop-vac to vent out the fumes. Any tips on how to avoid getting hair and dust in my would-be perfect finish? Thanks for the help!!! p.s. I can get pics posted soon if anybody's curious. I've got a pretty ambitious five color scheme going.
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