Folks, I'm approaching the home stretch with my Cruzer build (I hope!!) and am going to be painting soon. I'm in a heated, shared, hangar right now but will be able to build a visqueen enclosure and will be able to rig some kind of ventilation exhaust but I'm going to have folks working in the hangar all around me. Is there a paint that meets the inexpensive/easy/low toxicity criteria that even an idiot like me can use? I'll have tons of compressed air and will be borrowing spraying gear. I can't afford to pay someone to do it. This is for an all Aluminum plane and it will be white. I'm going to use wrap graphics on it - most likely starting with a graphic timeline - the history of aviation from nose to tail. I like that idea as I think it will be fun for the Young Eagles kids and the Zenith is a flying billboard anyay. They painted the Access Aero plane with paint donated from Akzo - it seemed innocuous and cured amazingly. I think it is used on airliners. Grumpy does not like it though because you have to wait between coats. As always I'm looking forward to, and appreciate, your feedback.