3 Like most racers, I don't have easy access to a paint booth. The solution I came up with was to do my powdercoating work in a bare area in the center of my shop. Unless you have a fan creating a steady breeze, the powder settles nearby and cleanup is no more involved than simply sweeping up afterward. Here, you can see the mist of red powder as I coat a strut brace for a Mini Stock Toyota. Also notice the clip with the black cord which is used to energize the piece to be coated.