Portable Jobsite Spray Booth wins innovation award
November 23, 2021 | 7:42 am CST
Paintline wins award

The potable finishing booth can be taken anywhere it is needed.

MENLO PARK, Calif. – PaintLine’s Portable Jobsite Spray Booth has won a 2022 WOOD Magazine Innovate Award. 

Each year, WOOD Magazine’s staff selects the most innovative new products for woodworkers and DIYers and announces the awards in November. 

The PJSB has a precision-manufactured, fully collapsible, aluminum frame and uses disposable plastic liners to protect the jobsite while spraying non-flammable, non-combustible finishes. This walk-in, open-faced booth sets up in minutes without tools, and packs into one carry bag for easy transport between jobs.

The PJSB’s other awards and distinctions include: 

  • 2021 Finalist, 2021 Visionary Awards from the Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS) 
  • 2020 “Top Finishing Product” from The Woodworking Network in December 2020. Editor Will Sampson conducted a complete review including video. 

The PJSB can be used on jobsites or in workshops. It is a portable, professional spray booth solution for spraying/applying finishes, sanding, routing or any other application where particulate needs to be contained and/or away from work pieces. 


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