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DIY Spray Booth For Painting Guitars 2

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Published on Aug 8, 2011

This is another spray booth I made for painting my guitars. I made some upgrades and modifications from the first one like adding air intake filters and lights, etc. This one is also designed for an apartment, it can also fit inside a closet. God speed!

Sound track music is by Nicolo Paganini (1782-1840) - Caprices for violin, Op.1: No. 17 & 5 performed by Shlomo Mintz.

Spray Booth dimensions:
22 x 53 x 36 (WxHxD inches)

Materials used:
11/16 x 11/16 inch Square Moulding (frame and brackets)
5mm TriPly Underlayment Wood (window fixture for air ducts)
2mm embossed plastic sheeting (surround frame)
1 x 2 inch Pine Pressure Treated Lumber (to hang guitar)
50 CFM bath ceiling fans (they have models with the plug already installed so you don't have to do any electrical wiring)
Hampton Bay 3-Light Fluorescent Task and Accent Light Kit
12 foot, 16 gauge, 13 amp, 125 volt cords (for plugging in fans and lights)
Surge Protector/Power Strip
10 x 10 inch air filters
3 inch x 8 foot semi-rigid flexible aluminum ducts
Self seal pipe insulation
Scotch-Blue painter's tape
#6 x 1-1/4 inch flat head Phillips brass wood screws
Threaded eye hooks
Swivel eye bolt-type snap hooks

Safety Equipment:
Heavy duty coveralls
NIOSH Respirator (change cartridges often)
Goggles
Gloves

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