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Maybe this ("mixing booth") would work for the process:

	One could even replace the air line with water (to hose down the inside),
but that would probably cause it to rust quicker. If you're 	near one of
their stores, they sometimes sell for less.

Jules Davis

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> I would not recommend mixing these dyes without a box, however careful
> you think you might be. One day I accidentally spilt the whole container
> of powder - which ended up all over the studio. It is not worth taking
> the risk.
> I would also add two rubber gloves sealed into the holes of the box. You
> put your hands into the gloves to work in the box. That way nothing can
> escape.
>  Judy Barrass

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