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Have a friend that has a exhaust fan on his work spray booth, maybe we could add this feature. send the exhaust out the wall? may try to do this and also use a mask just in case.

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I've started to learn the air brush with a Badger Patriot, California Air compressor, and Createx paint.  I'm also looking into a spray booth.  I came across a video of a Master B400 portable spray booth.  It is self contained and folds up for compact storage.  

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There are a number of “how to” videos on YouTube for making your own spray booth, including the fold up variety. After watching some of these, I recently made my own from poster board and duct tape (for hinges). Works great, folds flat for storage, and is light as a feather.

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