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Old 04-07-2011, 04:06 AM
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3 x 7 SS spray booth

Picked up a brand new SS exhaust hood from a resturant.Even has explosion proof lighting.This is now a spray booth for M/C helmet sized airbrush work.....and other smallish jobs.Its way more proffesional than the refrigerator bxs we've used in the past.

My question:Is there anything that can be applied to the SS to make cleaning easier,and make overspray removable?Or do I just not give a rip and start sprayin,clean with lacquer thinner once in awhile?Thanks,BW

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My question:Is there anything that can be applied to the SS to make cleaning easier,and make overspray removable?
Ayuh,... A coating of Grease...
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clean up

In the past i have put vasoline on the exhaust fan it works good luck have a good day
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booth liner

In the factory they coated the steel walls with something that was rubbery like, was white to reflect the light. Check with a professional paint supplier. I know they make a paint type coating you can paint the concrete walls to make the spray can " ARt" easier to pressure wash off. My daughter has to repaint the walls of the warehouse that faces the freeway every year or they will give her a ticket. They can;t seem to catch the kids, some one from the city drives around and sends out notices to the victims of the taggers..
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Just about anything silicone based should work.
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Just about anything silicone based should work.
and ruin everything you paint.
i would not recommend this.
no silicone products should be anywhere close to a paint shop.
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Will look into a white.We don't get alot of tagging around here.....well unless they wanted to hit an oak tree or sumthin.But will inquire about that.Thanks,just trying to step up the professionalism around here.BW
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There is a spray on masking material that's been around for years. All of it I've ever seen is white. You spray it on and then when you need to remove it you just peel it off like a sheet of plastic. Don't have any idea what it's called as I've never bought any of it myself.

Did a little googling for sprayable masking and found this http://www.strippablecoating.com/paint_booths.aspx Looks like they've got about any type of product anyone could need for that sort of purpose.

You can click on the "buy now" link at the left side of the above page and see pricing on the various products. About the price of house paint in most cases.

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