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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 11-24-2012 12:30 PM

I do that when I spray. Using plastic pipe (conduit) I formed a square area and draped 4 mil plastic from it. Tried painters once, but it was so thin it would move with any air often hitting my workpiece. If you finish with flammables, spraying like this this may not be such a good idea but for any brushing/padding applications (and spraying non flammables) it works well. You need to be aware of the fumes and wear a respirator, but otherwise it’s a good solution for those of us who don’t have a finishing room.

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