From set up to Takedown, this booth had every detail taken care of.
Setup: easy, 45 min slowly following instructions. Probably 25 min now that I know how to do it.
Using: no overspray in the open-side half of the booth. When my shoes would touch paint on the ground, it was dry and swept away like dust. I wore a mask and had no paint on it when finished spraying.
Takedown: the liner tears off the posts! So rip and roll all your trash up and take down in about 5 minutes, as if you were never there.
Storage: doesn't take up much space, a bit of a shelf and stand the long cases up. Fits right in the paint van no problem.
Overall, this thing paid for itself in one job and the rest is pure savings in time, effort, and quality.
One note: I ran an extension cord from a different circuit to plug in the blower. I didn't want to run my sprayer and blower off the same circuit. I tried it and it worked, but when I turned the blower on the sprayer lost some juice, so decided not to chance it at all. Probably fine to do so, just didn't want to risk it.
Just bought the spray booth absolutely a must-have for refinishing kitchen cabinets Services outstanding great company to work with
I have been searching high and low for a paint booth to fit in a small space. When I saw this one in Woodshop News I knew it was exactly what I needed! Not only will it fit in small spaces but completely portable as well!!! Everything I buy I keep in mind I primarily work alone and this makes the daunting task of painting so much better! Wish it had some type door as some customers get antsy because they don’t understand how paint overspray doesn’t leave the booth. But it doesn’t