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Posted on Paranoia setting in about spraying lacquer help please

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#1 posted 01-13-2013 01:23 AM

I have sprayed lacquer for over 25 years you are on the right track but two very important things to remember first many of the posts mentioned ventilation, be very careful about this ventilation can be the source of ignition if you are using a fan it must have a explosion proof motor, these guys cost many times more than a regular exhaust fan. If you don’t have explosion proof then don’t turn a fan on just open doors windows etc and wait. Second wear a respirator designed for vapor not dust, these are not expensive $30 or so will set you up with one with replaceable canisters, you can get a set for dust when doing regular work but you need vapors when spraying, they will last quite a while, and are definitely worth it.
great looking project.


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