Given i have made a switch to the Enduro water based finish which suites me in many more ways than one. I am now able to finish in my shop without any issues.
So in getting ready to spray the vanity i set up an improvised spray booth by standing some 2x4 lumber i had in the shop and using clamps to fasten it to my canoe rack above the heater. Then with left over poly sheeting from the vapor barrier at the time of building the shop i hung it like a curtain on another piece just clamping it to cross piece and letting it drop on the floor.
Made a L shaped booth in the center of the shop. Then lucky me a friend gave me some plastic saw horses which take a 2x lumber at the top. I happen to have two perfect pieces of 2x8 lumber left over from some or other project. Well this served as the perfect height for a table. Layed some old scrap particle board down and some Borg barging bin MDF down and voila all set to go. Brought in the lazy susan turntable, turned it upside down and all set.
Then brought my spray pipe all flex stuff across from the regulator water trap and I was in action.
Now to get the tone on the mahogany right i bought some General stain dye and a small about of this stuff gets me a nice tone to the enduro. General said it was Ok to mixe the two.
Made up some tests samples and got the tone right.
Been at it since Sat.
This worked out very well. We have a civic holiday here today so i get to finish the finishing. Just waiting for the previous coat to dry so i can knock it down and hit it again.
I got a bit to learn about spraying but ist practice and patience that will have me come right.
Needed some extra light to have more light on the subject so i hooked up my job site lights on the table. There are many times when i have found it very handy to have the extension electrical outlet just there hanging from the ceiling.
So far setup is working out very well.