Ok, so I've been down the road of using 2 part resin to clear coat artwork. It has beautiful quality, but it also has to be applied with the artwork horizontal. This exposes the artwork full face to anything gravity decides to grab out of the air and pull down (and I've several un-sellable pieces to prove it). Even the small greenhouse/tent we set up with a filter and fan to make it a mini clean room is not solving this issue. I've looked at one part epoxy type things, including one that can be sprayed (which works great for bringing out color, but sadly only has a satin gloss finish). I've contacted 3 local shops that supposedly do more than automotive work, and all of them stopped responding when I told them the size of the work i was interested in having coated. So, I'm full circle again with trying to get a |censored| clear coat on a piece of art. At this point, I really don't give a damn about losing the ability to keep our car in the garage, and we're already going to be spending too much money to get the swamp cooler that the original owner installed working so the garage can be kept somewhere below 3000C in the summer. I have a working process for everything but this last and final step, and I'm *really* starting to think I should just junk everything and take up self mutilation for a living. The facts: I rent the house I live in. Permanent changes are out of the question. I have a gas powered water heater in the garage. I have standard house wiring/outlets (no 220v) I have a $20 HVLP that may or may not work (seems ok after I spent 2 hours with some bottle brushes etc.) Should I just give up, or is it possible to make a paint booth that will let me to 2k clear safely & without spending the price of a new home?