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#1 posted 05-16-2007 11:15 PM

What I’m doing isn’t original, but I thnk it will work. Was a hint I saw somewhere. I have some heavy mil plastic and will cut my sides to width and cut the length long. Then fasten to ceiling. Fasten some type of solid (PVC, wood strip, etc) the length of each side on bottom of each side. Use velcro tape on edge to fasten sides together when using booth. I don’t think it would be necessary to use a solid strip, just short pieces. On ceiling put velco strip near top of each side near ends. Then just roll the sides up and fasten w/velcro strip on ceiling and they are out of the way, ready to drop down and make a booth. Hopefully this works, justy a theory now.
Now if I can come up w/a reasonably priced setup for a fan I might have something. If there is any of this that isn’t clear, I”M not surprised, just ask and I will try to make myself clearer. I don’t have extra space either, but thought this would give me one when I need it and out of the way the rest of the time.
P.S. I’m not a monkey so don’t get any ideas

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