Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Farmington Hills MI
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After many hours of research I am at:
1. Moving furniture, masking, covering, priming, painting, 2nd coat, removing masking and covering then restoring furniture is VERY much work. And there are potential problems with paint migrating under tape, substrate removed with tape, unevenness, dissatisfaction and no easy way back, accidents, et. cetera.
2. Gluing velvet to board and "airscapes"ing is work. I am concerned about my getting an uneven result because of stretching, joints, adhesive bleed through, and this is the only option for which I do not have relevant experience.
3. Protostar Flockboard in 2 x 4 foot tiles fits remarkably well with minimal cutting. The only questions I have now are whether it will drill, cut, and join cleanly and neatly. I do not have but I think getting a nail gun is the best idea since I want to be able to remove this someday.
I have a white screen casing and a white board under my projector to make install and remove easy and keep the projector from falling on my head. I plan on putting Protostar Hi-Tack on these.
Being only moderately insane I will get a small amount and place it for evaluation before going all in.
Comments and suggestions are appreciated.