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    Spray Booth

    Once again, another offspring of necessity.

    I have two dining room tables to finish this weekend (yes, I know. I've been lax in posting - but I'll put pictures up soon). Hand finishing was not an option because of a time crunch. I'll be spraying ML Campbell Pre-cat lacquer as recommended by Larry. He says its easy and forgiving - both prerequisites for anything I do!

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    Have cub Rennie . If you need any help give me a call in the shop. 301-948-6652
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    Thanks Dave! Running a Fuji 4 stage turbine with a 1.4mm (.055") tip. The local ML Campbell dealer said to thin 10%. Temps here should be mid 70's with humidity around 25%.

    Does all that sound correct to you?
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    Looks great Rennie. But I know nuttin about spraying.
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    that should work well rennie, if you cant get ahold of dave call me rennie
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    Rennie ...... how did your job work out ? Got some picks
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    What was that old song, "I'm waiting for pics that never come in" or something like that.

    I am eagerly waiting for the final pics.

    Enjoy,

    JimB
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    he posted them guys it was two tables that he is now deliverying..
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