This paint sprayer has made my happy place (Painting All The Things) even happier. Honestly, I didn’t even know that was possible.
I feel like I’ve painted so. many. things. And I’ve loved every bit of it – except maybe my kitchen cupboards…they almost pushed me over the edge. (but they turned out great in the end)
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I don’t know where the HomeRight Finish Max sprayer has been all my life, but now that I have one, it’s my painting BFF. It has completely flipped my painting game on it’s head. In the best possible way. The first time I used it, I was giddy as a kid on Christmas morning with a sugar high. Just ask Mr. 1915. He will verify. 😀
Nothing is safe now. I will be painting all the things.
I had never used a paint sprayer before. Even though I had watched Mr. 1915 use another paint sprayer, it was loud, obnoxious, and I had no desire to try it for myself. It also had some issues that seemed to be more trouble than it was worth.
Then not too long ago, I started hearing about the HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer. Everything I heard was rave reviews. I decided I needed one. With all the painting I do around here, I knew if it really was as good as I kept hearing, then one needed to come live with me. I would make it so happy with all the use it would get. 😉
Finish Max Paint Sprayer
The Finish Max Sprayer is a breeze to set up. As someone who has little patience for intricate details and long, laborious instructions, I was delighted to see the short prep list. This was a piece of cake to put together.
- open box and remove sprayer
- insert pick-up tube
- thin your paint according to super simple instructions
- attach container with paint to sprayer
- spray paint your project
It seriously could not be any easier.
The Large Spray Shelter
I live in MN – where the wind never dies. If there’s not at least a decent breeze, we start to get worried. So prior to my HomeRight spray shelter days, when I would spray outside, I would lose so much of the paint to the wind. Frustrating?
Enter the HomeRight Large Spray Shelter. (cue all the angels singing)
The large spray shelter provides protection from the wind, gives ample room to move around your piece inside as you spray AND it has a fantastic screen door that you fold down when you leave your piece to dry.
The screen door keeps leaves and bugs off your freshly painted project. There are few things more agitating than leaving something to dry, only to come back and find that a bug has landed in it or a leaf is now dried onto your piece. Argh! Thankfully, you don’t have to worry about that with the large spray shelter. Here is the back/side view of the large spray shelter set up.
These handy little hooks keep the shelter taut to the supports and right where it needs to be.
What About Setting it Up?
Maybe you’re wondering about set up. After all, it’s a decent sized shelter! Well, I’m happy to report that while Mr. 1915 helped me set it up the first time, I was able to set it up all by myself the next time (and every time since). 😉 For your benefit, I even timed myself to see *how long* it would take one person to set it up. Eleven and a half minutes. That’s how long it took me. I tell you all about it here, in my Facebook Live that I did. Check it out:
As you can see in the video, my table turned out great. I did end up giving it a second coat – and that’s all it needed. Stay tuned for the final reveal of the table – I’m working on a fun graphic for it! *Full tutorial coming soon.
If you’re a person who loves to paint – whether you’re a hardcore DIYer or a Weekend Warrior – this paint sprayer and large shelter combo is for you. It saves SO much time and gives you a smooth, professional finish on your pieces. Put one (or both) of these items on your gift list (or maybe even treat yourself)! These tools will simplify and make your DIY life so much easier. You’ll wonder what you did without them.