A few weeks ago, I decided to do a quickie project right before the holidays using my HomeRight Finish Max Paint Sprayer. You might not think painting a door would be a quickie project, but with the Finish Max it literally took me longer to prep this project than it did to paint it. Because this is a sponsored post by HomeRight, you know that means that there WILL be a giveaway! Be sure to enter to win at the bottom of this post.
Behr Premium Plus Ultra Exterior is the paint I used. On their site it recommends using the paint when the substrates (items to be painted) are between 35° and 90°. Well, it was a cloudy December day and this was the temperature (screenshot from my phone). All week the weatherman promised 50’s and sunny for the weekend. NOT! So, being 45 I braved the cold morning to prep my door for painting.
On the left and a close-up on the bottom right you can see how my little Louie “asks” to come in the house. His little sister Lucy also jumps on the door to let us know she wants in when she’s visiting. The picture on the top right is after a good cleaning and some sanding to knock off some loose and peeling paint. This door was sold as a Forever Door, and it’s been hanging there nearly that long, probably about 20 29 years!
I looked back to find pictures and found this one of Jamie from the fall of 1985. Now, to be honest with you, I did try to get this door replaced TWICE this year. I was going to do it myself, but it’s not a standard size. I believe the jamb was modified to make this door fit. But I’m not sure, so I didn’t want to attempt the DIY. A few months later, I contacted someone to replace the door and the (very rusty) maple leaf wrought iron. The guy came by twice, but never showed back up after taking the measurements of the door. So, to spruce it up before the holidays I decided to paint it. It has been painted once over the years. I was going to paint it white again, but then I decided why not paint it a color that disguises the muddy footprints.
I cut up some boxes and crammed them in the frame on the inside of the door (left) and the outside of the door (right). That scalloped frame on the window would have been a challenge to paint by hand for sure.
To protect the door frame I used Quick Mask Paper Dispenser from Homeright.
After masking it, and using the dispenser to cut it, simply unfold the paper. Indoors, that would be it, but I had to do some additional prep work due to the outdoor breeze.
It sort of looks like a haz-mat situation, don’t ya think? I used painters tape, but it wouldn’t stick to the stone, so I had to add some Gorilla Tape.
I used the Quick Mask on the inside of the door jamb as well as on top. I hung a sheet over the interior door to protect it.
I don’t normally like preparing my Finish Max in the house, but it was just too cold to do it outside. This is the color I chose—Timber Brown in Behr Ultra Premium Plus Ultra Semi-Gloss Exterior. I brought a bunch of paint chips home and found the one that matches my patio supports and trim. I think it looks like melted chocolate. I stirred it well, and diluted it with water. This paint was very thick. I mixed up about ½ of the Finish Max paint cup—which ended up being MORE than enough. Look for a lot of brown projects in the future….
All of the prep work I did paid off! If you look closely at the brown paper, you can see very little over spray. That’s my favorite part about this Finish Max, how well you can direct the paint. I don’t generally switch the flow of the paint with the nozzle from horizontal to vertical much with furniture projects, but with this door, turning the spray flow really helped—allowing great coverage, in addition to preventing over spray.
I decided to paint the door knob (handle) on both the inside and the outside. This is after one coat. You can see that I removed the door closer cylinder in order to allow the door to swing freely.
You can see that I used a scrap piece of vinyl fabric to protect the threshold. Not shown is the painter’s drop cloth that covers the porch. Do you see what I did NOT protect? I’ll give you a moment to look at the picture. Did you find it? Sometimes I wonder about myself. I thought I had planned this out perfectly. I want to make sure you see it, so that when/if you do this project it won’t happen to you. okay, here goes—for those of you who didn’t spot it. The CEILING of the porch! Because I’m short, I pointed the sprayer UP to get the top of the door. I noticed the spray on the vinyl immediately. I grabbed a small stool so that I could boost myself up and get a straight shot at the top of the door instead of spraying upward.
Again, I need to tell you that there is so little overspray. Look at the right side of the door where the hinge is, no paint at all on the brown paper.
You can see that the inside of the scallop was not painted due to the cardboard. I decided to lower the storm window so that I could spray the scallop to match the rest of the door.
As soon as warm weather arrives, this porch will get a new look. Because I believe in full disclosure I will tell you that Lucy and or Louie has scratched some paint off the door in the last month. Sometimes I could just kick myself for not following my instinct. I had some primer on the paint counter as I was buying this paint. The paint guy talked me out of buying it. Hindsight 20/20 I think he was referring to “coverage” while I was concerned about “sticking” quality. I feel if I had used primer, the paint wouldn’t have scratched off. In any case, it looks a LOT better than it did, and I’m really loving the color. Now for the GIVEAWAY!
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Hi! The door looks great! I have the same door and cannot figure out how to get the glass window out to clean it. Does it come out at all??
Thanks Kim, for stopping by.
Great question. No, I honestly don't think the window comes out. I know the little bumpies get in the way of cleaning. I typically clean it, then lower it slightly and clean it again. That makes it easier to get under the scalloped edges.
I hope this helps.
I am thinking it wasn't because you didn't use primer, I think it was the drying time in between coats because it was so cold. Maybe you could put a piece of metal where they scratch to get in? Or just find another guy to put in a new door 🙂
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack. I have so many projects stacked in my garage and basement....sure would help those go faster. Thanks again for all your sharing look forward to it each day!
I love the IKEA Tarva Hack because I have one and would love to paint it yellow
the repurposed chair
The hutch was probably my favorite one of your painting projects although the new door is great too! I am into building smaller furniture and this would be soooooooooo much easier to paint them than normal. Thanks for the chance!
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack. It is such a HUGE transformation and it turned out beautifully! I loved the color you used and all the creativity that went into building it. Beautiful job. Hoping I can make some big tranformations like that myself if I won the paint sprayer. I am a vendor at a local home decor shop and this sprayer would be so helpful to paint all the furniture that I put in my booth. I would finish a project so much faster with the sprayer!
The head board corner bench is my favorite. Its actually a project I'm hoping to do soon with a headboard I have.
I've done a few projects using spray paints cans and brushes/rollers. I need a Finish Max to take my projects to the next level. The time I would save using a Finish Max would allow me to do more projects. And I know a Finish Max paint job on my projects would make them look even better.
Thank You for the inspiration and the chance to win.!
Love the underbed drawers---loved the rustic front contrasted with the bright interiors (great to find some legos!)
I'm torn between three projects ... the screen door, the repurposed crib to toy box, and the repurposed dresser to media center. The dresser to media center has been a to-do project on our list for 3 years! I'd never thought of the other two, but they are on our list now!! Perfect way to use that old crib!! Would love to have paint sprayer to help knock those projects out! Thanks 🙂
I love the chest of drawers repurposed into a bookcase. I bought my first house this year and am halfway through stripping the paint off the kitchen cabinets. We need a paint sprayer to give an even finish to our cabinets as soon as sprng rolls around!
I love love love the IKEA Tarva hack. I need a cute cabinet for my bathroom. I also NEED a finish max so that I can "finish" all the projects I want to do.
I like the finish on the wooden fence. I really need this because I have soooo many things in my home that all need to be redone. I did them eight years ago by hand and most of them are in need of a new updated look. The biggest project I could use this for is my kitchen cabinets , and bathroom cabinets, they are out dated oak and need to be updated in the worst way 🙂 also my front door is oak and is 15 years old but still in pretty good shape, but is very faded. I would put it to very good use! 🙂
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack . I need the HomeRight Finish Max because i have a lot of unfinished projects that need to be painted and a sprayer would make it all go so much faster.
I love the repurposed chair. I have been wanting to do a bench with chairs, but have never followed through.
Congratulations on how good it turned out.
Love the grey French provincial. I need this because I have a beautiful hutch my aunt gave me and it's been sitting in my garage waiting to be painted. I would love to use this on it. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
I like the headboard chalkboard coat rack. I want to make one too for my kitchen, especially if I can use the Finish Max Paint Sprayer.
I love all projects you do. They all turn out so beautiful. My favorite I think are the repurposed headboards. I love things like that. Also love you door because this is my next project on my long list of projects.
It's hard to pick just one favorite project as my favorite...I love them all. Everyday I look two and three times for your posts as I love seeing everything you and your readers do. I would love the Finish Max Sprayer because I have several large projects that I would love to attempt to do. I'm just getting into this craftiness phase of my life. Most items I do I either donate for those less fortunate or for benefit items to raise exta cash for their cause. Very rewarding to give back to others! Thank you and never stop posting!!
I could not pick a favorite project because I love all of them! I really admire your creativity and am inspired to continue doing it myself! I Personally have two little girls and a job but my husband and I are trying to save for our first house and I repurpose and repaint projects like these to get extra money to put towards our saving for our house and it would help soo much to have a quick painting tool like this to do more projects because trying to paint brush pieces with two little girls takes weeks for me to even accomplish! This would be a huge blessing for me if I won!
I love the headboard corner bench. And what don't I want to paint would be better. I have a porch bench that I'd start with, then 2 night stands I want to redo, I'd like to see if it'd make a faster job of a bathroom repaint and this list is a start. Lol
I am always excited to see your new posts. I think that I like the chest of drawers bench! I would love to win a Finish Max Paint Sprayer! My daughter I love finding other people's cast aways and making something unique with it! The Finish Max Paint Sprayer would make our projects much nicer and easier!
I draw inspiration from your furniture upgrade projects. I have recently moved from Oklahoma to Oregon. The new house is smaller, so much of my oversize furniture had to be left behind - it simply won't fit the new space. I'm refurbishing bit by bit with IKEA hacks and yard sale upgrades. I can't wait until spring when I can add outdoor projects as well. A Finish Max would allow me to complete my projects more quickly (and more attractively) so I can enjoy the finished works!
so many fun projects you tackled in 2014 but I really loved the crib recycle! I have one in my shed that could use that 🙂 with that being said, I could really use the finish max to make that recycle happen! thanks for sharing all your fun projects....♥ them
I love all of the benches you make but my all time fav is the desk you turned into a chest of drawers. It is genius! I would love to win a Finish Max to help with my very long list of things needing attention around my house.
I need this, please! We're about to start restoring a 200 year old farm house and this would be a life saver!!
I NEED a FinishMax Paint Sprayer in my life!! With two kiddos it would make painting anything go by so much quicker and I think I'd actually get the job accomplished a lot quicker. Picking up two chairs this afternoon that are going to be red. I NEED this! Please!
I really like all your fabulous furniture projects, but I am amazed that you painted your screen door (so perfectly) without even removing it! I carried my laptop to my husband to show him this post! We have the same door on the back of our house, and you have just shown us how to avoid buying a new one!! I also really would love to have that fabulous Finish Max so I can paint my kitchen cabinets!!
I've needed to repair our storm door but didn't know how to go about it without removing it. Thank you so much for this tutorial!
I love the blue headboard chalkboard. A finish max would so help me speed up my crafty projects.
Everything you do is amazing but I particularly like what you do turning headboards into all sorts of things, especially the pineapple bench. My husband is in his 40's and has become disabled, he can no longer work and he is trying to make crafts and re-purpose things so he can feel useful again and the finish max would be a tremendous help to him rather than having to do everything by hand which causes him discomfort. He had just mentioned a couple of months ago how a paint sprayer would be a huge help to him and for this reason I would love for him to have it. Thank you!
I love, love, love dresser. Very creative. I have similar dresser I would love to try to do this to.
I know max finish spray would provide me with perfect smooth white finisj
I love the head board corner bench! We are building a new house and this painter would come in very handy for all our project ideas!
My favorite 2014 project of yours was when you made those lovely Rustic Industrial Kid Chairs. And I would use this paint sprayer to paint a bench for the porch.
Thank you Gail! I am definitely purchasing the Finish Maxx in the spring in order to paint some furniture!! I can't wait to try it.
My favorite was your IKEA hutch project, loved the way it came out! I need to paint my entry doors and my garage doors, for starters.
I loved the HomeRight Max finishing the fence project. Now I know that the sprayer will work on our big job of paining the south wall of our house!
Would sooooooo love to win this!!!
I love the French Provincial makeover. I just started during this passed summer to try my hand at DIY projects. One thing I learned is that I STINK at painting! The Finish Maxx would help me tremendously! Love getting ideas and learning from you. Thanks for the posts!
I really like the crib refurbished to bench with storage. It's so cute! I 'need' a Finish Max to help me with redoing several areas in my home. Thanks for the chance!
My favorite project was the small outdoor garden table: https://www.myrepurposedlife.com/2014/04/small-outdoor-garden-bench-from-reclaimed-fence.html
I would paint my kitchen cabinets!
I like the waterfall dresser and I really need to paint my front door and storm door! Plus my kitchen cabinets!
I love the chest of drawers turned to book shelf.......Classic look. I am wanting to paint my kitchen cabinets white.
I love the Ikea Tarva hack! You cannot tell that it was a dresser. I would love to use one of these sprayers! Tons of projects are waiting for some freshening up. 🙂
This project and color are great! So, this has to be my favorite! I have a horrible metal door that is dirty white on the outside and light blue on the inside! But, it's my front door so I don't want to take it off to paint it and don't have it in the budget to replace it! I need one of those sprayers so I finally love my front door!!
I really like the repurposed chair and have just the right two chairs to try this! I also have a storm door that needs a fresh coat of paint, and am thrilled to have read how you prepped it and how easy it would be to paint with the HomeRight Finish Max. I believe that it would work wonders for a few ceilings I am planning on painting as well.
Jacque @ The DIY Village
I love all the prep work you did! I always get lazy when it comes to that! The color turned out great, really pops against the stone work!
I like your chevron nightstand. I would like this to paint the workshop that almost done building.
I loved your IKEA hutch project (and voted for it like a zillion times, btw)! I would love to have a Finish Max to gift to my daughter who has several pieces that could use a redo. Thanks for the chance to win!
My favorite is the waterfall dresser. I have lots of 70's dark wood that could use a little spruce up!!
The chest of drawers redo into shelves is my favorite project. I really love the look of a stained top and a white body! I have refinished a few pieces of furniture using the traditional paintbrush (and foam rollers) but would luv to finish the chunky, round table and chairs that I purchased from Craigslist for our kitchen with the Finish-Max! It looks like it would make it the project go so much quicker and the finish seems perfect!!
French Provincial Furniture Makeover is my favorite! I need a Finish-Max paint sprayer for the MANY projects i am going to do at my boyfriend's house. It would make it easier to redo bathroom vanity cabinets and to paint doors!
Waterfall dresser is my fav. I paint a lot of furniture by hand; would love to use a sprayer! Thanks !
Well, I have been thinking of getting rid of my storm door...never mind now! I love what you did with the door!
would love to get my hands on one of these painters. Tons of projects come to mind
Oh my gosh I love all of your projects! I especially love the painted upholstery wing chair! I have a couple pieces of furniture that would be perfect for painting but cans of spray paint just won't cut it...........Thanks for the chance!
I would love to win this painter. How fun and fast things would go with it.
Your nieces fence is the most impressive use of this sprayer for me but really...how could anyone choose a 'favorite' project of yours! I have about 200 feet of wood fence that needs to be sealed and I soooooo don't want to do it by hand...I need one of these in my life.
It's hard to pick just one, but I liked the IKEA Tarva Hack the best. I would use the sprayer to repaint my front doors and a few interior doors as well.
Queen of Fifty Cents
That Ikea hack is pretty sweet! I am sure between my house and the rental house we just bought and my SIL's house and the sweet deals I find at yard sales we could keep one of these sprayer thingies quite busy!
Wow! Love the headboard corner chair. Looks great! I definitely want to try making the chair. It is a very creative use of an otherwise unused item. I would never have dreamed of using the repurposed headboard in such a manner. Thank you for the idea. I really never knew that the Finish Max existed. It certainly looks like a handy tool to have. My husband and I are involved in restoring the family farm, which was built around the late 1600s. The house is a German Bank house, partially built into the hillside and with all the work that we have to do, the Finish Max sure would certainly make life a little easier. Thank you.
Donna in SC
One of my favorite repurposed projects you did in 2014 was the upholstered chair! I think it turned out fantastic! I have a couch (and MANY other items) that I would love to try this out on! Now I just need a Finish-Max paint sprayer........
I like your Kitchen Cabinets, very nice. I need to do the railings on my deck. Not sure how to do it but I'm sure this woulds help.
My favorite project is the Headboard Corner bench. Love that one! I would never have enough nerve to leave a door on the hinges to paint it. I would be afraid of having paint all over the siding. You did a great job---as usual!!!
As soon as it warms up in spring, I want to paint the wall holder for my hurricane lamp. Thanks for the chance to win such a great giveaway.
My favorite project is the crib repurposed as a bench with the storage. I have cribs, one of which was recalled and can't be sold, so I might as well start cutting it up and see what I can do:)
I was inspired by the bed you painted. It looked AWESOME!! I need a Finish Max to paint my dogs' bed.
She just adores bright colors and I want her to have her bed sometimes match her pajamas. Gail, she
actually chooses what outfit she wants to wear when she goes out. You should see her, she has a tutu
with a saying on it reads, Love me or leave. My doggie is a highly opinionated girl.
Pick me and make my doggie go to bed decorating heaven.
I like all of your work, but I am very partial to headboard benches. I have helped to make a couple and they are so satisfying, especially when the headboards are free! I just inherited some 1960's furniture which is very well built and solid wood, but a very odd color, a greenish brown. I would love to use it, but it would have to be painted first, so I NEED a paint sprayer. 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!
Pick just one repurpose?? Not easy, Gail. Not easy.
I do love the console T.V cabinet into a hidden litterbox - really need to get one of these made!
Also the waterfall dresser - which was a turning point for me. I've crossed over to the darkside with as far as painted furniture goes, and the waterfall dresser was the piece that bridged the gap.
Your IKEA hack was phenomenal!
I want the sprayer soooooo bad! I like the crib repurposed into a bench with toy box storage! I would LOVE to make one too, I have 2 grand babies to be born this summer, so, if I were to win I would make this!!!! LOVE this blog!
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack.....and I "need" a HomeRight Finish Max so I can team up with my Sister when she comes to visit and we can get my furniture painted....my furniture is so DRAB...every piece needs a makeover. 🙂
lorrie l geer
the ikea tarva hack and want to paint something I have that is similar to that
I love the idea of painting upholstery and actually tried it. It looked awesome. The fabric had a pattern woven in it so that still came thru which looked great. I'd also like to try the herringbone techniques on the top of a little cabinet I found years ago. It's really in bad shape and I know that would clean it up beautifully.
I love the repurposed crib. I want to paint a table, my ceilings, and doors.
I love the headboard coat rack the most, very clever! I think the first thing I would paint if I won would be my kitchen cabinets
I LOVE the DIY Chalkboard. I hope to make one for a friend who opened her consignment shop a few months ago. But for me, I would LOVE the Homeright to finish painting our wrap around porch we added to our house a few years ago. We have everything but the floor primed, since it was primed before building, but now we need color! 🙂
I want one. I have a million jobs I could use it on!
My absolutely fav is the chest of drawers you converted into a bookcase. It is awesome and looks so expensive.
Would love one of these sprayers. .have many unfinished projects to complete and this would help
I love your projects, but definitely love the way that the front door turned out. I would love to paint mine as well
You have so many projects on my do to list, I just love the projects you share. I really like the Repurposed Dresser into Media Center; I want to make a couple of these for my new quilting/craft room. It’s perfect to store book and tutorials and materials. We really need a Finish Max to help us paint the house we are buying. I’m on disability and feel so guilty that I can’t really help paint that much and this would be so helpful for us to have and cut the job in half the time. We haven’t moved in over 17 years and it overwhelms me and we are just starting packing up. This would really help get our walls painted so we can move in.
My favorite is the painted upholstered. I need this sprayer in a bad way. I just painted a chair similar to the yours. I did it the old fashioned way with a brush. It took me fooorrreeevver. I would love to do three more chairs to go along with the one I just finished. I plan I using them on my patio. Wooden outdoor chairs are hundreds of dollars to buy new. I bought mine at a thrift shop for $10.
Hi, I have so many projects to paint..but the biggest one is the bench made out of a headboard. My favorite project was the white chest of drawers with the wood stained top.... thanks
Abernathy & Pickles c
My favorite is the kitchen cabinet bench. It is so useful especially to those people with kids :-). I would love to have a Finish Max Sprayer because having our own small business making furniture pretty again...we need all the help we can get! Not to mention all the "projects" I have put off doing for 23 years!! Keep post I love all your projects!
My favorite is the Ikea Tarva Hack - love it!! I need a Finish Max for so many reasons - I love to refinish furniture and I've heard only good things about it - I'd love to give it a try!
I was very impressed with your Ikea Tarva Hack. It came out really nice!
Forgot to add - I need a Finish Max to repaint my exterior house and garage doors, for starters.
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack. I absolutely love the style. I would love to have a HomeRight Finish Max to paint my kitchen cabinets.
My favorite is the Ikea Tarva Hack...I like the chalkboard too. I have a table and chairs I just brought for the soul purpose of painting it. This boy sure would come in handy.
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack. This would fit in a recess beside the fireplace in my living room. I moved into a different house and had to paint the whole house... including the wood work! A HomeRight Finish Max would have come in handy then. But there are still lots of projects to be done that regqire painting. Thanks for this giveaway!
Did a pantry in 20 14
We are restoring a 1935 bungalow. It needs paint and more paint! I'm always watching your home projects for ideas. 'A Home Right Finish Max probably makes much more sense than a paint brush for us. The door interests us most since we have 14 to do inside and out.
I'd have to say the fence project for 2014. I have so much wood outdoors that need waterproofing. I do love the storm door project. That's another thing that needs to be done.
The IKEA Tarva Hack Challenge was awesome. I love IKEA. I so want to paint my doors. They all look awful. I'm desperate lol.
The Lego Bench was my favorite project of the year and I would use the Finish Max to paint the picnic table we are going to attempt to build this spring!
The lego table is my favorite. There are so many things I could use a sprayer on. My entertainment stand comes to mind first.
Love the finished door! My favorite is the French Provincial table as I have an old telephone table with intricate details that needs painting and the Finish Max sprayer would be such a help!
Your door looks great Gail! I am impressed you did it without removing it, and the finish max does such a nice finish. I had to laugh at the brown spot on the door before you sprayed it, Sunny has done the same to my back door. 🙂
Your upholstered chair is my fav! I need to paint a couch.....
Love the headboard corner bench! Very clever idea and the tutorial provides clear instructions. I've been eyeing this sprayer for a long time. Having one in hand would save soooo much valuable time! I enjoy brushing but think I would enjoy spraying with a HomeRight even more!
I love all the furniture projects but I'd have to say my favorite is the door. We have a front door that is faded and we changed the lock and knob, so there is a big circle of unpainted wood. The builders must not paint the entire door. So it is definitely in need of a new paint job and the Finish Max would be perfect for it. I also refinish furniture at home, so it would certainly get a lot of use. Love your projects, I've been reading your blog for years and enjoy seeing the changes and Jamie getting married and have a family.
Oh, my favorite 2014 project is the Ikea Tarva Rack.
Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co.
Already have and love the sprayer, so no need to enter. Just wanted to say that your door looks awesome! Gail, you are the hardest working blogger out there!
Wow - the door project looks like the best one yet! Why do I need the Finish Max sprayer? Wow - where do I even begin? I'm a 44-Yr old single female, and three years ago I bought a 120 year-old house. I have been slowly replacing, repairing and renovating as I go along. Some projects are big, some are little, but most of them require painting at the end of it. As I work my way through things, I am blogging about it - and sharing my learning as I go. Painting is a HUGE pain - but as you can see, it is a requirement! I have a completely unfinished front door (solid wood) as well as 2 bedrooms' worth of walls that are currently on my list... in the spring I will be enclosing a mud porch and converting it into a pantry - which will require more floor to ceiling painting... Oh - and I am also planning to have stairs installed to get up into my attic space where I will be putting in a third room - building right out from the studs and joists... so the Finish Max sprayer would be a HUGE time saver for me - allowing me to get on to my next project sooner!
Hi! I loved the dresser into media center (I need one of those!). I would love the sprayer to do my exterior door and old wood garage door. Thanks!
I love all he projects, but in particular, the repurposed headboard. I need a new sprayer because I'm nine weeks pregnant with my first baby and the nursery will consist of mostly hand-me-downs. I would love to paint everything a unified color. Thanks for sharing and offering the giveaway!
I am inspired by your blog on a daily basis, of the above projects my favorite is the corner headboard seat. I love that you find imaginative uses in repurposing such commonly tossed items! I would use this sprayer for all of the woodwork projects I needed to paint as I have just started to put together a small custom and repurposed furniture business concept. I'm slowly building my equipment arsenal up to expand the types of projects I create and this would help me with that!
Thanks for all the motivation, keep up with the awesome work!
My favorite is the repurposed dresser!!! I love taking older or unloved furniture
And making it new. However I am unable to do much because of health issues.
My fiancé and I just bought a house and it needs some tender loving care. Having this sprayer would
Be a dream to help in this!! It would save me so much physical pain
And help me to not be discouraged in doing things around the house.
I love a lot of the projects, but the door is my favorite! My front door needs re-painted VERY badly (paint is peeling and discolored). This sprayer looks like just the tool I need to make my door look presentable again!! Thanks for the post!
The kitchen cabinets bench is my fave! I have a bench project that's been brewing in my mind for a while, but there are so many other projects to get through first. They would go much more quickly with the Finish Max!
The Chair Make over!! Love it! I did one by hand and it took forever...Been wanting one for a VERY long time. I have a couch I want to paint.
It would be a lot easier to do with the finish Max. The door came out Beautiful and Love the color.Smiles ~ Cindy
Love the color on the storm door...very resourceful
My ago rite would be the kitchen cabinet. I love all of them however.
I need the finish max pro to help me paint the MANY projects awaiting me resulting from a cleanup of my garage.
I would be so appreciative as I manage a farm household that includes a paraplegic husband. Power tools are a godsend to me.
Love the dresser table and the door you just did! We are moving this year into a real fixer-upper and I anticipate lots and lots and lots of projects which would be tons easier with a Finish Max!
My favorite is the IKEA Tarva Hack Challenge. I want to paint interior and exterior doors, and siding.
waterfall dresser (chest of drawers) project is my favorite. I see too many sitting by the side of the road because people think the peeking veneer means it is falling apart. i love the colors you chose too.