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Old 08-09-2011, 12:38 PM
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Just do a makeshift paintbooth, if possible....I know you said you have limited room. I've painted motorcycles by hanging visqueen from the garage ceiling to keep overspray contained. I would open the garage door about 6" and put a fan in also that sucks the paint fumes outside, when done the fan will be garbage, but this will keep your garage clean. I've done this a handful of times and works well, never had anything in my garage get paint on it. The fan IS important as I did it without the fan once and the garage/house stunk like paint for days.
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