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Ron Stewart

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I live in an area with very regular breezy morning conditions that turn to light winds as the day goes on.  We also often have winds that would make any sort of pop-up Kansas bound.  This means I spray inside.  I try to spray first thing after entering the shop.  I prep the day before and give it all night to settle the airborne dust.  The act of spraying raises fine dust so part of the prep the day before is a good sweep and vacuuming followed by ambient filters running for an hour or two.

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On 8/23/2021 at 7:29 PM, wtnhighlander said:

@bradpotts, how long does it take to set that up?

I don't remember how long it took the first time. I leave it set up all year round. I would guess maybe an hour. I did replace the tarp part last year. It lasted about 2 and a half years. 

On 8/24/2021 at 7:05 AM, Mark J said:

Any kind of fan or air filter?

I had a fan in there for a little while but it didn't really do anything. I just leave the door part open and haven't had any problems. 

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Brother cut an opening in the backside, opposite the zippered opening and positioned a cheap 24” box fan for the exhaust. He replaces the whole fan as the blades build up with the spray. 

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