Finished off the interior cladding and painted with brilliant white satin emulsion. If I was to repeat the decorating of the interior again I would NOT use a water based paint. Contrary to advice on what to paint OSB with, water based paint in my experience is certainly not suitable. I suspect it is the glue that is used in the construction of the sheeting that bleeds through due to the emulsion soaking through. The result is nasty yellow (urine) like stains appearing in the paint as it cures.
Never tried an air fed mask before, nowt to gauge it against but it appears to work well as does its whistle!
Spray booth is now wired up, ATEX lights and fan. It’s appears do the job, obviously I won’t know till I come to use it. A draft/breeze can be felt when standing in front of panel filters with fan on and door shut, hopefully overspray won’t be an issue.
Just gotta buy another Wolf Dakota, Sprayguns and ancillaries and I’m ready
I have followed this with great interest and as for all previous comments it is a credit to you :thumbup: - I do not however understand the purpose of the "cabin" inside the spray area - what is that for? Also are you intending to spray 3rd party work now you have built this?