So I recently plastidiped my whole car. I Have a Fiat 500 Abarth. I figured its small so it should be pretty easy to dip. I did it with the DYC spay gun which did a great job overall. My one question is how to maintain the over spray better. I did it in my Garage in a DIY paint booth the best one I could make at the time. had 2 20" box fans as intakes, and 2 as exhaust with cheap filters on them. Still the over spray was horrible. just was wondering what other people do to maintain the over-spray more airflow? the front half of the car looks pretty good a few rough spots, but the rear is where its super rough. you can only see it when you get up close. it was my first whole car experience and overall im happy but if I do it again I would like to improve on the quality when i tackle it again for a new color in the near future.
Posted 28 June 2017 - 07:11 PM
Try to setup your airflow in a way that will pull air downwards. I always had the intake on the top of the booth, and the exhaust on the bottom. Best of luck!
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