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Anyone build out a grow in an "under stair case" closet?

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Would a modified screen door work easier? One of those screen/glass combo deals. Might be able to pick one up cheap and wedge a filter in it? I dont know how well those seal might spend more time and effort with caulk than is worth it. I am interested in your final build out!
 

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Would a modified screen door work easier? One of those screen/glass combo deals. Might be able to pick one up cheap and wedge a filter in it? I dont know how well those seal might spend more time and effort with caulk than is worth it. I am interested in your final build out!
A cheap flat masonite door runs about 90 dollars..... Thats a pretty cool idea though.. viewing window!! Just like the three tents I have and cannot use lol :eek1: I thought about making a viewing window somehow... because im used to it with my gorilla tents... but Im also lazy. :yay:

Cheapest easiest way to add an intake filter is cut a hole slightly smaller than the filter and just tape it to the door.. although I might try something a little better than that... I am curious how the t6 can handle the static pressure... its 60% humidity in this area on average so far.. Im used to 35-50 % so it new territory for me with all the new stuff... We will see!
 
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