> The only "foolish" part I see would be the resale value hit, but if you
> don't care about that I don't see a problem - except maybe your neighbors.
Shop smells getting into the living quarters.
I had a paint booth in the back room of a house
I was renting. I made an exhaust system to suck the fumes from
the booth into the outdoors but it still stunk up the house some.
In my garage proper I'd often run two-stroke bikes (stinky) or burn out
the crud from expansion chambers (incredibly stinky and smoky, to the
point where neighbors would ask what was going on). The garage didn't
have a door to the house, and I was glad for that. Not to mention
my wife's collection of Honda Superhawk gas tanks, each containing
vintage gas. The reek of old gas never really goes away.
The house I have now, there's two doors and
a hallway between the garage and the house, and that keeps the
smells out of the house.
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