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Author Topic: I want to make a dust-free cat proof drying/etching area.....  (Read 4648 times)
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« on: June 07, 2013, 10:51:32 pm »

I purchased a laminator to laminate paper and to transfer photocopied images to light metal sheet.  I have a good local ace hardware, I can get etching mordants and I have some dedicated tanks.
I paint miniatures, and sometimes use a spray or airbrush.

I spray outside or under a clear plastic tarp to avoid overspray.

I am having trouble because there is a lot of local dust and pollen and I now have 7 felines.  I need a place to put projects away to dry or to etch that is dust free and cat proof.  I have considered a medium sized aquarium, if I have to I can make my own box, but I am inclined to ask what others have done. 

I tried a plastic box, but it frosted inside when I used a mordant and didn't block dust much. 

Whatever happens we have got
The Maxim gun and they have not;
Technology is no substitute for Valor
Both are true.
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