Brief Description: Painting the interior cabin surfaces
I decieded to pain the cabin surfaces as much as possible prior to riveting; it seems it would be easier to get all the nooks and crannies when they were all apart.
The paint is JetFlex WR, semigloss in "Basic Grey" BAC 704. I went back and forth between this and a misnomered "Dark Grey" which was as shade darker than my Stewart Systems "smoke grey" primer.
I found that a DeVilbiss Finish Line 4 gun with a 1.5 mm tip, 20 psi at the gun inlet, and the paint thined about 15% with water worked well. The pain is thick, but is does spray well, though you need a the right size tip. The 1.3 mm is way too small. The paint goes on well and seems fairly resistant to running. It dries nice and hard after a few days
To minimize dust, I built a temporary spray booth with scrap bin lumber and plywood. It worked well, but could have used a few more box fans.