northrivergeek

Airbrush Booth Cat Approved

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My new airbrush booth just finished , the cat says its his, total cost 25 bucks used wall cabinet ($5.00, from habitat for humanity resale store ), 140 cfm bath exhaust fan ( ebay .05 cents plus 13.50 shipping ) and a ( $5.00 air filter ) , couple fluorescent lights I had sitting in closet.. and no more spraying cranks in the hot shed

 

 

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That cat would look good with a chartreuse tail

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that cat weighs 15 lbs .. and has big claws.. if you want to attempt painting him you go right ahead lol

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Ha ha ha!!!... I'll pass

Good lookin booth tho!... I'm cheap myself, so I can appreciate the frugality

Mine is a big cardboard box our pool came in... I use spray cans (no airbrush) so I needed mine a little bigger

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If we have craw worms that are black with blue claws why couldn't we have a cat that's black with blue paws?

 

Nice booth by the way. :yay:

 

Ben

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The bathroom fan is a great choice as you can vent the fumes outside via dryer vent. No more super glue or laquer fume worries! Consider buying some daylight bulbs though. Colors under a soft white light look very different in daylight. Home Depot has some LED daylight bulbs (screw up type).

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The bathroom fan is a great choice as you can vent the fumes outside via dryer vent. No more super glue or laquer fume worries! Consider buying some daylight bulbs though. Colors under a soft white light look very different in daylight. Home Depot has some LED daylight bulbs (screw up type).

I dont user super glue or lacquer LOL .. only acrylic and epoxy .. no fumes really to be worried about .. over spray since I spray in the house, in my computer/fishing/art studio/server room

and the cost was the biggest factor , ( I paid about 14 dollars with shipping  for a 120 dollar fan ) if you're using lacquer based paints be very careful , with a spray booth .. wrong fan and you will go BOOOOOM!

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