|Forum topic by tblake1984||posted 12-19-2015 04:53 PM||404 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
12-19-2015 04:53 PM
I am finishing a vanity I built. I sprayed it with GF white milk paint with no issues and am now on my second coat of GF High Performance. However, I now notice lint in the color of whatever clothes I am wearing getting stuck in the topcoat and didn’t notice this when I was spraying the paint.
I have an ad-hoc spray booth set up; basically I have set up floor to ceiling plastic tarps around the whole vanity and wear a respirator. I have a bleeder style hvlp so I vacuumed the floor really well before I started but I don’t have any air filtration. Any ideas? I was thinking of picking up one of those white coveralls that Dickie’s makes for painters to wear over my clothes when I got into the “spray booth”.
Any ways, I will have to sand down the whole thing and add a new layer of topcoat to get rid of it but don’t want to waste my time.