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Old 11-05-2003, 09:21 PM
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Centerline,
I found an easier way for your door. Go to a building supplier that deals with "remodels". They have this stick-on zipper that just sticks to your plastic. All you do is un-zip the zipper and cut the plastic with a sharp knife. Then step into the paint room and Zip the thing shut. Works great! When you are finished just keep the zipper for the next job.

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Cool! I'll have to try that.

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Thanks for the ABS link centerline...I spent about 2 hours on that site yesterday. It is a very onformative site and I am sure that I will frequent it.
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Originally posted by spl_dodge It is a very onformative site and I am sure that I will frequent it.
I spend at least 15-20 minutes there each day. I also ask questions occasionally and always get quality answers. Len is a straight shooter and some of the guys there are big time pro painters that have been at it for decades.

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I have a feeling I should subscribe to this thread for future reference.
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Garage Painting

I am looking into doing the same thing with fans and furnace filters. Here is my big worrry, how well do the furnace filters work, I live in a town home complex, and am concerned that paint might escape, and get on some of the neighbors cars. I really don't want to upset them any more then my welding and grinding at 1:00 AM.

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Dest.... First, I would have started a new thread rather than bring back one that is 4 years old. As far as furnace filters, don't use cheap ones, as they let more out than they stop. The more expensive ones will plug up faster, but that means that they are stopping more stuff. You might check with your paint supplier for booth filters. They are designed for that purpose. I would be a little concerned about painting a car in a townhome complex anyway.

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Thanks, wow I didn't even notice the date, will check that next time. I will mostly be doing priming, and chassis work in the garage. Will rent a spary booth for the final coats though.

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