To continue achieving top quality results and keep your spray booth running well it is important to maintain a service schedule. There are some great products on the market to use as a protective coating on the walls that not only help keep it clean but also reduce dust contamination, the product I use and recommend is ProCabin, it is an easily applied water based product and will stay sticky to the touch and never fully dry, the benefit of this is that any dust or overspray will stick straight to it and not recirculate into your fresh paint work, when the overspray has built up too much it is easily removed with a high pressure water cleaner and ready top be re coated.

The product is quite thick straight out of the container so I recommend using a little water to thin it down a bit prior to application with a 2.8-3.0mm spray gun, if you don’t have a 2.8mm spray gun then you can use a 1.8-2.0mm gun but it will take a little longer to apply and you may find a little more water is required to allow the flow through a smaller hole.
The filters also must be changed when they start to fill up with paint so watch this video and I will take you through the entire process of servicing my spray booth.
All spray booths are different so this method may not best suit your situation.

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