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Hey guys i have a 1972 ford mustang fast back i am going to change the interior color to balck and im starting in the back. i live in ohio so the weather isnt so sharp outside to paint so i have to use the basement what is the best way to paint in a basement without letting the fumes get bad i was thinking of hanging up plastic woudl that work?? thank you
 

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I paint in the basement on occasion, but I don't do much (anything) to stop the fumes, I just paint quick!...

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well i mean if i liek hang plastic to block the fumes from spreading is there any way to suck down fumes like with a shop vac? and what do you by painting quick like a little at a time then go back down and do more? how much would you suggest painting at a time
 

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Don't know if a shop vac would do it, maybe, I tend to just leave all the doors open to vent it. I always spray a full coat of paint on the whole object at once so I have nice, even layers of paint, when I said quick I was meaning just so I don't destroy any more brain cells than necessary /forums/images/icons/wink.gif

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'72 Mach 1 || '90 Talon TSi AWD
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"Thats not a leak, my car's marking its territory!"
"If you've done it, it ain't braggin'." -Roy Rogers
 
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