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February 1, 2019 - 4:08 pm
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Hello all, I am Mateo from Truckee, CA. I have greatly appreciated the level of acoustical information and understanding gained from spending time on this site.

My current interest is in building artistic acoustical panels. My artistic vision includes light painting on acoustical fabric (Guilford of Maine Sona). I understand the risk of reducing fabric functionality if pores are clogged. My interest is in using only airbrush technique to apply color (high quality airbrush, high pressure, tiny brush tip, watercolor pigment = tiniest paint droplet size possible).

I wish to know if this vision is realistic to not compromise the performance of the fabric. I know most painting techniques would compromise fabric performance, yet this airbrush technique is different than most painting techniques. I haven’t found any solid information online on this topic. Any insights or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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