Began to start spraying my PC chassis about a week ago. I made this ghetto paint booth out of sheets of mylar in my Father-in-law's outside workshop overhang shelter. Its about 12 x 12 and its all enclosed except for a gap around the top for some air flow. The only problem is the friggin paint dust. It gets everywhere.
First I started by spraying a few coats of primer. I noticed after the first coat that the spray is leaving a layer of dust when it dries.
I am assuming the "spray" is drying in the air and then falling back down to the case. So anyways I used a tack cloth after each coat dried to clean off the dust. Still couldn't get it out of the corners.
Moving on...I used enamel for the paint and it sprayed on fine. No dust. Maybe enamel is a "heavier" or thicker paint. I also hung the PC frame upside down so if I did have any dust it would be on the flat underside, not down in the corners.
Finally after spraying the clear today....Dust! Everywhere!
I only noticed it when I took some pictures. Pics came out all sparkle like on some of the flat areas. Just cleaned most of it off with a tack cloth. Some of it still stuck in the corners.
Should I just go back to spraying outside? I hope not since I live in Florida and the dang mosqitoes dive bomb my head and my freshly painted case.
Any suggestions for improvment would be appreciated.