Auto Body Spray / Paint Booth Rental – Tampa area

Spray / Paint Booth Rental –
Tampa, St Pete, Clearwater, Pinellas Park, Largo area

Why risk the chance getting caught spraying in the side of your yard, or getting overspray on the neighbors vehicles?
Using our spray booth will  also help eliminate your ‘dirt’ problems!!

 

Spray your boat, motorcycle, helmets, car, truck, trailers, appliances, trike body…
or anything else that would require a professional spray booth.
Of, if you have it all prepped and decide you want us to mask it, we provide our “you prep, we paint” services.

Spray Booth Rental Costs

WEEKDAYS

  • 1/2 day (8-Noon or 1-5) – $125
  • Full Day (8-4:30) – $175

WEEKENDS

  • 1/2 day (8:30-Noon) – $150*
  • Full Day (8:30-3:30) – $225*

Price shown is CASH price. If you want to pay by credit card, there is a 15% additional charge. Plus we will need to charge you tax. Sorry no checks

Please see our FAQ’s before contacting us. Ready to set an appointment? Contact us
Items you will need are listed toward the bottom of the page.

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*If you’d like to pay an additional $25 cash, we can meet up with you early Sunday AM (approx 8:30-9AM) so you can pick up whatever you painted.

Need some auto body prep and body tools? See our store

Spray booth rental

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Located off 62nd Ave N and 44th St, Pinellas Park, Fl 33781

Some items that you will need. All are listed on Amazon. Click on the image in order to view and or order through Amazon.
We’ll supply other items like wheel covers, racks (if needed), blower, fittings

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Respirator – You must have a respirator to paint in our spray booth. Don’t confuse a partial mask with a respirator. A respirator consists of a charcoal filter and a pre-filter. These are hard to find due to Covid-19. These normally come in different sizes, small, medium and large so be sure and get on you feel will fit.

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Spray Gun – You can supply your own gun or you can rent our Iwata LPH-400 gun ($25). Pictured is a hobbyist grade spray gun. Devilbiss Finishline is the brandy and model. This gets good reviews on my Custom Paint Forum website.

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Paint Suit – Though not totally necessary, it’s a good idea to wear a paint suit. I normally only wear one doing an overall. If it’s just a motorcycle set I just wear a thin jacket.
The paint suit will help ensure you don’t get overspray on your clothes and skin.