k9 Bara wrote:"The spray stuff goes all over and taking the stove outside is not an option."
Trader, try this. I take my shop vac hose, stick it in an opposite corner and turn it on when spraying. It pulls the the over spray in. I have a extra long hose also (on the shop vac ) and keep the vacum in another room, or outside. Nice when removing the ashes also.
Some of my friends in the Chicago area Corvair Club make a contest of having vacuum cleaners explode. The idea is to have junk vacuums suck in gasoline and see how long they last and how high they rocket. All done in fun from a safe distance in combination with lots of beer. You have to see in person or view the video tape to believe it. Read about it here: http://clubs.hemmings.com/clubsites/nvc ... ntest.html. The video tape was once sold as a fun raiser. It would make a great YouTube post.Matthaus wrote:Just be careful drawing a potentially explosive paint fume mixture through a vac system adjacent to an electric motor. The filter will probably take care of most of it (especially if it's a little dirty)... but then again be better safe than sorry. .