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Old 01-01-2016, 09:01 PM   #101
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What you don't see is to the left of the picture is too soft horses with one door on it. You spray one side and then you grab the handle and flip it over to the other side spray that's fine as well. Upon sprained both sides you move them over and start stacking them as the picture shows. It allows for the doors to dry fairly quickly and then you repeat the process again for two coats in one day
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Old 01-01-2016, 09:01 PM   #102
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This horizontal process allows for much quicker coats with zero sags. It also allows that you have to use substantially less area to spray paint doors. Once you get these handles on each side of the door this tool becomes invaluable. By far the best method for spraying doors we've ever come across.
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Hey Zoomer, when you get the opportunity in the future can you show pictures of these "handles?" I'm still trying to understand how a door can be sprayed while atop a set of sawhorses and turned while the first side is wet without the wet side getting marred by the sawhorses. Even if the first sprayed side was dry, in my experience it would still get marred when put on the saw horses in order to spray the other side.
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I'm sure there is a way due to all the people on here posting their door rack systems. I've always sprayed them standing up. One coat on one side, let dry, another coat. Then turn door and repeat. I'd love to try a more efficient method.
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Hey Zoomer, when you get the opportunity in the future can you show pictures of these "handles?" I'm still trying to understand how a door can be sprayed while atop a set of sawhorses and turned while the first side is wet without the wet side getting marred by the sawhorses. Even if the first sprayed side was dry, in my experience it would still get marred when put on the saw horses in order to spray the other side.
Here is another photo that maybe shows with more clarity. If you blow up the picture you can see the door handles. They are designed in such a way that you can stack the the handles on top of each other. You can also order these from a place in Amarillo Texas. They are called door deckers
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The handles are made of metal. The metal is the part that sits on the saw horses. Spray one side, grab the handles with a partner and flip over to spray the other side. Then stack the metal door handles on top of each other to dry
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Ok. Now that makes sense.
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By the way, great thread Zoomer!
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I'm sure there is a way due to all the people on here posting their door rack systems. I've always sprayed them standing up. One coat on one side, let dry, another coat. Then turn door and repeat. I'd love to try a more efficient method.
The most efficient method, the most productive as a matter of fact, I can squeeze 20 doors on 15' of wall space is ////. If space is not a concern, I usually put two small wooden bumps on the bottom, so they don't touch the floor and can be spun and two sticks on top to handle them. Spray one side, turn, spray the other, put next one next to it.. it takes wall space, yet they can be put on a good angle and don't sag even with thick coat. Yeah, heater and fan do the drying a matter or couple of hours for next coats if necessary.
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The most efficient method, the most productive as a matter of fact, I can squeeze 20 doors on 15' of wall space is ////. If space is not a concern, I usually put two small wooden bumps on the bottom, so they don't touch the floor and can be spun and two sticks on top to handle them. Spray one side, turn, spray the other, put next one next to it.. it takes wall space, yet they can be put on a good angle and don't sag even with thick coat. Yeah, heater and fan do the drying a matter or couple of hours for next coats if necessary.
That's been pretty much my method. Except I've neglected the two sticks on top for making turning easy. Again, thanks! I'm learning tons here tonight and appreciate the input of you more experienced people.
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When it comes to drying racks for cab doors or stacking systems like the door deckers or whatever, some here have balked at the expense involved. For the most part, it's a one time expense that will return dollars over and over again.

I've got about $300 invested in what I will forever call the "Schmidt Rack" for drying cab doors. I can do 66 cab doors at a time (one side). In the couple of years I've had them, I've done probably 600+ cab doors (off the top of my head). So in two years, that's less than 50 cents per door.

Think of drying rack systems like 24' ladders. With care, they'll last forever.
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By the way, great thread Zoomer!
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