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I was wondering if someone could give some advice on creating a temporary booth for spraying in a garage. The last thing I want is a bunch of dust floating into my paint. And I am probably going to paint one guitar, maybe 2 depending on the $ situation. I don't want to walk in and out creating a ton of dust in the air from whatever source. The door, or just off the floor itself. I know I am going to have to do a thurough cleaning of the area and spray the floor with the hose to get as much dust out as possible.(cement floor) But if the body is to hang and dry how can I keep it as clean as possible? I am starting from a bare body. So sealer-primer-paint-and clear. Of course this will be done as soon as the temp is appropriate. I have been putting this one project off forever and have researched a ton of paints and sealers. Seeming how I have temporarily lost my connection to a proper spray booth and an arsenal of equipment. I am going to have to do it myself.

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First and foremost a booth is intended to create a safe environment for spraying highly flammable (solvent based) and toxic material (water & solvent) so my advice would be to ensure you create a safe working zone for yourself and anyone else in the area before worrying about dust etc. A well ventilated area with good air movement and free from any source of ignition is what your after.

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