We Built The Ultimate DIY Paint Booth for the Lamborghini Huracan

In todays episode we build the ultimate at home DIY automotive paint booth! And it doubles as one sexy garage..

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44 thoughts on “We Built The Ultimate DIY Paint Booth for the Lamborghini Huracan

  1. theres an tapered edge on the drywall your supposed to save as much as u can. when u hang the drywall horizontally most your mud and tape is in the tapered factory seam. less cut edge to cut edge seams

  2. Chris – I know this is after the fact, but just in case you see my comment, I stumbled onto an impressive paint instructional video today I thought I’d share for the inevitable next time you want to paint and avoid all the problems you’ve had for so long. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjOOTaHa8GI PS – I know your technique has improved considerably – just thought this might add to your body of knowledge about painting. Bear in mind I’m just an interested observer and big fan.

  3. A few humid days and all that drywall will start sagging. You are posting to YouTube but never took the time to research proper stud or rafter spacing. Hacks

  4. Chris, The ceiling/attic space is critical to insulate, much more important than the walls. I don't understand the decision to not insulate the walls where the lights are. Electrical wire are run though insulation 1000s of times per day. Roof=outside Ceiling=inside. Some kind of connection to the existing fans in the attic would have been a worthy use of time. Nice to have help from friend and GF.

  5. Nice job! I am a painter and I have done room remodeling work before, and that is impressive. But I do think it would be better with bigger lighting. There are a lot of shadows. The one thing you want while painting is even, bright lighting! 🙂

  6. Way too few screws in the ceiling. A little pressure differential and you will be revisiting that install. But hey, it looks great. Love your vids.

  7. As a former body shop owner I built my own crossdraft booth and did many paint jobs with excellent results for over 20 years and I've been in the construction trade almost as long and that breaker panel inside of a paint booth is a major code violation paint booths can not have any kind of electrical device within the area of fume exposure and how are you pulling clean air in arresting the paint fumes and exhausting non flammable air through the booth clean air flow is a major component of a quality paint job you will at the very least require an explosion proof fan and some kind of filtration system and also consider painting the whole vehicle unless you have acquired skills to blend panels it's also a good idea to paint all the jambs and edges of your parts before installing.

  8. “If you’re a professional- just sit back and count them..”
    Ahhh yes,, “The Bean Counters”
    Great for P&L presentations for finance-
    TERRIBLE at BUILDING LEGACY ASSETS- like a business.
    That’s why they’re “watching”- and YOU’RE DOING- and “doing” at a high level—- AND, most importantly, apparently throughly enjoying the entire journey; the definition of SUCCESS.
    💯Zero fear of failure.
    I salute that. 🐲

  9. As a almost 20 year carpenter and 8 year mechanic, you gave done a terrific home owner job. I can critique your drywalling. But it will work for the plat form you are utilizing it for. I love your videos. And learn from you on many builds. From mainly working in dealerships I never got the opportunity to work on body, so its amazing to see such detail. But your construction aspects are hilarious to me only due to experience. But great job. It looks amazing. Hold your head high with pride at an amazing job from a home owner with no experience. I know it sounds dickish, could be the beer, but honestly, I'm impressed!

  10. Gotta say it turned out pretty damn good man. Just please don't negate all that work by SANDING CRAP IN THE DAMN BOOTH!!!!!! I swear I cringe everytime you do that. I swear I will unsubscribe this channel the second u sand anything in there, that shit just erks my soul 😂

  11. The first time I did drywall (pre YouTube tutorials) I trimmed about 5 pieces with a skill saw before my neighbor made his way through the dust cloud in my garage to give me a little “friendly advice” and show me how to my drywall square and utility knife. 🤦‍♂️
    This is how we learn. Don’t listen to the haters.

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