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wash bay / paint booth sliding curtain ?

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by earthscratcher, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. earthscratcher

    earthscratcher Senior Member

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    any one have a sliding curtain setup in the shop for a wash bay or paint booth setup. if so any pics ? how did it work? was it a waste of money, or a nice thing to have? pros and cons thanks
     
  2. bam1968

    bam1968 Senior Member

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    I don't personally have one but my neighbor has a curtain setup that he uses as a paint booth. It is in the corner of his shop so just uses the curtain on the other two sides. When he first did it he took some fairly heavy plastic an hung it from a pipe rail. Now he has an accordion type wall setup mainly because when not in use it stores alot nicer than the plastic did. He only uses it for paint so can't help you as far as being used as a wash bay.