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    Quote Originally Posted by pbender View Post
    ( I notice they also have a smaller booth of similar design:
    https://www.micromark.com/15-Inch-x-...614.1513475863 )
    I would get a little closer to the face than the guy in the picture.

    Add a quality dryer hose and a couple of clamps to the filter and no dust or fumes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genshed62 View Post
    No need for an outside vent.
    @genshed62

    You were right Andy. I bought my booth and carbon filter posted here: http://www.nscale.net/forums/showthr...732#post541732

    I tested it by spraying one of the strongest of fumes I have used (Dullcoat) and there was barely a hint of odor.

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    Awesome, I put a fiber blanket on mine just in case to keep the carbon dust in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by genshed62 View Post
    Awesome, I put a fiber blanket on mine just in case to keep the carbon dust in!
    Didn’t notice any dust when I tested it. Do you have any idea what the black strap that comes with it in the box is for?

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    I use mine to hold the fiber blanket in place.
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