I love using my HomeRight Finish Max fine finish sprayer. What does that mean exactly? Well, for me it means that I get a great paint job easily in any color I want. But the nice folks at HomeRight.com can explain it a lot better.
From their site:
This Fine Finish HVLP sprayer means that it has a high–volume, low-pressure, and this technology uses a high-volume of air at a low-pressure to apply a professional looking finish. The low pressure assures less overspray. This equates to a sprayer that will direct the finish where you want it — on your project. Precision volume control and adjustable sprayer patterns mean the Finish Max provides a smooth, even finish on projects such as; cabinets, furniture and woodworking projects. Use this Fine Finish Sprayer with paint, chalk paint, clear sealer, polyurethane, primer, stain and varnish.
Yeah… like they said, a great finish, like you’re use to getting from spray paint. But there are benefits to using a spray paint alternative.
10 Reasons to use a Finish Max as a spray paint alternative
- You can match other accessories in your room, by using the same paint you’ve used on your walls.
- You can get several different sheens from the same paint (by using DIY Chalk Paint, and any number of sealants, like wax, poly, and more.
- The clean up of latex is soap and water. Have you TRIED to get spray paint off of your hands?
- You don’t have to figure out how to recycle empty paint spray cans.
- It’s a much cheaper alternative to spray paint.
- Any item that can be spray painted, can get the Finish Max treatment
- Less odor! Spray paint is smelly!
- If your paint and your project are warmed in the sun, you can use your Finish Max at lower air temperatures than you can spray paint.
- A Finish Max will cover more square footage in less time.
- You won’t end up with an impression of a button on your finger.
Granted—there are still small items that will be spray painted, but larger items, or when I have a LOT of stuff—my Finish Max will get a workout.
I had been saving these frames with some other small items. I bought them for the night classes I was teaching. These are a typical “spray paint project”, definitely not something you would want to paint by hand.
I gathered up what I needed for this quickie project. I already had some DIY chalky paint mixed up, so I strained it into my paint cup, and got started spraying with my HomeRight Finish Max .
I sprayed the back of the frames first, then 2 light coats of the chalky paint on the front. It seriously doesn’t get any easier than this.
Are you an impatient crafter? Lately, I’ve used my hair dryer twice to speed up the drying process of my projects. This quickie chalkboard project was one of those times.
TIP: Did you know you can use this chalkboard paint in your paint sprayer? I used it on several chalkboards and the finish was soooo smooth!
Those who are gold lovers out there might be sad that I painted these small frames, but I love their new look.
Now, since this is a HomeRight sponsored post, you KNOW there is a giveaway. One lucky reader will win their very own Finish Max to use as a spray paint alternative on your next project.
HOW TO ENTER:
Mandatory: Leave a comment below about a recent spray paint project that you wish you could have done with a Finish Max, OR one you have coming up that the Finish Max would be perfect for. After leaving your comment, please follow through using the Rafflecopter Widget, because that is where the winner will be selected from all eligible entries. You can earn bonus entries after the mandatory entry. Giveaway starts today and ends in 1 week. The winner will be announced on this post, as well as an email notification. Winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize, or an alternate winner will be chosen. US residents 18 and older, void where prohibited by law.
Hi, there! I’m Gail, the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. I’m obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believe that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again—myself included! I hope you’ll enjoy the journey and pick up a few tools along the way… literally!
I want to do my bedroom set! This would make it SOOOO much easier!!! And less daunting!
I have a kitchen cabinet need to paint. This sprayer is perfect fit for my project
i have my great great grandma's kitchen side board/ pantry to paint,,,, plus my neighbor will have tool envy!
I have an old desk I need to repaint.
I have some picture frames to paint and a paint sprayer would make it so much easier.
I love painting furniture and have many projects! Would LOVE to this sprayer. I'm on week one of rotator cuff surgery! I know it would help on shoulder joints!!
I had to do all the louvered shutters on my house that needed to be painted and we went through cans of spray paint. Again, it was difficult to find the correct color. We had to go to multiple hardware stores to find the brand with the correct color.
I have some bookshelves I want to paint.
I need to paint a dresser. The HomeRight Finish Max sprayer sure would help! Thanks for the chance.
Linda M Enslow
It looks like I will have to add the HomeRight Finish Max sprayer to my arsenal.
I would use it on a coffee table I was given. It is sad looking right now.
I have a garage door and some shutters that are crying out for a new coat of paint... roller - no thanks... spray... hmmm!
I would use this to redo my Craft Room! It would be awesome to be able to paint all of my storage pieces in much less time than doing it by hand and a lot easier too!! Thanks for the chance tow in this awesome tool!
I have a coffee table and metal bed frame that are in need of a paint job and would look amazing with a smooth finish!
My mind is flooded with ideas of all the decor projects I could create with a HomeRight Finish Max. I have to admit, I don't always have the greatest success with simply spray painting from a can. We have a fixer upper which we are trying to make into a home we love. I'd love to have a HomeRight Finish Max to help complete projects more efficiently with a professional look.
I have dining chairs and kitchen cabinets to refinish. As soon as the weather warms up I'll be busy!
We bought a house and I need to repaint all the trim and all new doors that we are putting in. I know that spray-painting it will give me the smoothest finish!
I need to redo some outdated bar stools, and I have not been looking forward to buying 10+ cans of spray paint. The Finish Max would be so much better. I can use the white I've already been using on doors, trim, etc.
We have a et of wooden chairs that would be the first thing we paint.
inwish I had this to spray a toddler bed, instead of using 3 cans of spray paint!
I have an old secretary that I need to paint that has been in the garage for way too long. So many cubbies to paint..
The HomeRight Finish Max would make my life so much easier. I am a DIYer and am building a new house. I am making many of the details such as corbels and shutters myself and this would make the items have a professional look.
This would come in handy when refinishing items for my booth! Love it!
I have been painting bowling balls and pins and have had trouble getting as smooth a finish as I would like. This looks like it would work really great on them.
we just bought a house, and we need to paint all the walls, the doors, trim, and cabinets! So we have our work cut out for us for sure
I will re-purpose tables that I bought from the Salvation Army.
I just finished 2 metal bifold door cabinets for my husband's shop. It took several cans of spray paint then I ran out of the color so had to use a different color to finish one of them up. It would have been so much easier with this tool.
We just got a hand-me-down set of patio furniture that needs some love.
I would have loved to use this when repainting my metal chairs and glider!
I have some outdoor furniture that needs to be painted
I would love to spray paint my dining room chairs
I can tell you about my husband's fail with spray paint. He had bought an electric guitar diy kit and wanted to paint the body green, well he hung it up outdoors and had at it. It came out streaky and pock marked with globs of paint. He then sanded and tried to do it again. It came out with the same results. He needs a fine sprayer and maybe a coat of primer first. So it sits looking horrid in the basement. Thanks for a great giveaway, maybe my husband can finally get his guitar painted.
I've just discovered chalky paint and would love to upcycle my 1960's bedroom set but am afraid how bad a job I would do using a paint brush on the large pieces. I can just see all the brush strokes! Ugh! A sprayer would be my ultimate dream to make the upcycle look amazing--imagine no brush strokes!
I have a great full length mirror with a green frame that I'd love to get sprayed a pale spa blue
the fiance and i do a bunch of diy crafts for our upcoming wedding and our recent home purchase. we like to repurpose a lot of things like picture frames, old lamps, desks, etc. We could definitely use one of these!
We have been repurposing and painting furniture both for sale and for our new home. Because spray paints are limited in available colors it was so exciting to imagine using your HomeRight Finish Max. It would open up new color opportunities AND no more brush marks!
Thank you for the chance to enter.
We have been repurposing and painting furniture both for sale and for our new home. Because spray paints are limited in available colors it was so exciting to imagine using your HomeRight Finish Max. It would open up new color opportunities AND no more brush marks!
Thank you for the chance to enter.
We just built a Farmhouse table and now I need to paint some chairs to go with it. I have been putting it off because each chair has multiple spindles and its going to be very time consuming. Not to mention that living in the South, you never know what the weather is going to do and spray paint is so TESTY!! Reading your post, it sounds like the HomeRight sprayer would be ideal for this project!!
I recently painted a dresser for my daughter's room usingsoray paint. I love the finish but I am nit 100% happy with the color. I chose the best of what was available but there really is such a limited selection. I would love to repaint the dresser once all this snow here in New England is gone.
I could have used a sprayer when doing a craft project a couple of months ago. I used a spray can---the nozzle got stuck open so I had to throw the whole can out. It would not stop spraying!! I could use a sprayer next spring to repaint my patio table--the paint is starting to crack.
I have a pair of dressers that I would love to use the Finish Max on, and then when I get really good at it I want to do all my interior doors.
My next project is to paint my entire apartment (interior). The Home Right Finish Max would make the job so much easier and quicker.
I recently painted a huge frame for my wedding. It would have been so much easier with this! I too painted an ugly gold/blackish frame into a light ivory one.
Katie | FashionFrugality.com
I would use this to paint my bedroom furniture!
I plan to paint my patio furniture and this would make that job sooooo much easier!
I just did the spray paint thing and had to wipe it off and start over, so with it all over my hands...sort of everything you said was bad happened.
I made a side table out of pallets. I use it at our camper on the deck. WOW, used spray cans. took me forever!!!! This sprayer would be awesome. Thanks Gail for all your wonderful giveaway's and advice!
The finish max would be great to help with the opening of my small business! We have to paint all the walls of the retail space plus we are going to repurpose dressers for our work stations too. Soo excited!!
Many projects on my waiting list for when I can afford a home right. I have been following your adventures for a while, I love how great that sprayer makes everything look.
My front door for sure. I could've used it last year as well for my shutters.
I have a very large, ornate, gold, antique mirror that would be perfect to use the Finish Max on. Thanks for having the giveaway!
Daybed rails. I think I got more spray in the cloth than on the rails, except where it gathered and dripped!
I really need to finish painting my front yards wrought iron fence and also my sons wood swing set. As far as spray painting projects right now I do not have any projects small enough to use spray paint my projects all entail large amounts of paint that's why I haven't done them yet.
I have several pieces that I have to hand paint because I am using the chalk type paint. I would love to have a Max Finish sprayer to help me complete these projects in a more timely manner. I have a two dressers, two side tables, several scrap projects to paint up. Waiting for the weather in KY to warm up 😉
This will make redoing my kitchen cabinets much easier.
Painting rattan basket is always hard when you don't want the raw color. It would be so much easier with a sprayer!
I purchased an old telephone bench that needs some TLC -- plan on painting it crimson and covering the seat and back with some 50's material. Make my life easier!
My kitchen is receiving a sloooow renovation - new oven, new cooktop, new dishwasher and new tile floor this past summer. Now for the dreaded kitchen cabinets.... Mine are old ("golden" oak stain - who ever thought that was a good idea?) but in great shape, so painting them is the next project. Having a sprayer to accomplish that task would be wonderful. I have been researching sprayers and have found the HomeRight Finish Max has many five-star reviews on Amazon. I will keep my fingers crossed that I will be the lucky winner!!!
I have been putting up all new trim in my home ..with a sprayer the finish would be so much smoother...no brush marks!!!
I have a customer who gave me her mothers old desk, French provincial style, she didn't have the strength or energy to complete the project. Its been a few months and I've sanded it and its ready to paint. I would love to use the finish max to complete the project. I learned that she recently sold her house and was moved into a home and not feeling so good. It would be great if I can show her the desk all done.
Santa was suppose to bring me one for Christmas, but I guess he forgot! I wanted one for the "lockers" I'm going to build for the daughter in laws laundry/mud room.
I have sooo many plans of furniture to paint- this would sure speed up the process!
Your projects are so flawless, spray paint drips very easily. I can tell you that by trial and error. And the cost is way high when you have a large project. Would love this sprayer.
I purchased a faux wicker glass top coffee table in an unappealing tan color from R.H. for quite a bargain with the intention of spray painting it black. I did spray paint it black- it took 2 1/2 cans of spray paint-several coats, it was time consuming and my finger was practically numb in the end. I have numerous future projects. The HomeRight Finish Max would make any paint job more time efficient and the end result more professional looking. Having this sprayer would be awesome!
I recently spray painted cardboard gold and red for Valentine's Day. Also, shells, wood frames. My preference would be latex over oil based paint, or for that matter, a sprayer rather than a can of spray paint. Hope I win.
I spray paint a lot, but this would really help with big jobs like furniture. Thanks for the chance to win!
How cool! What a great giveaway!
I wish I could used this to make a chalkboard wall for my kids!
I have beautiful oak cabinets in my kitchen, but I don't like the color. I want to change the pigment on them, but I need to spray them. It dries too fast with a brush. I also love to repurpose anything I can get my hands on! It's always more fun to use something other than how it was intended!
As soon as weather permits (warmer!) I have a kitchen table and chairs that needs to be re-finished (new colors!), and some other odds & ends projects. I think a sprayer like this would help me finish so much faster!
My last spray paint project was a two-drawer lateral file cabinet. My next project will be an outdoor swing. This will take a great deal of paint and time!
I would like to redo some of my furniture with spray paint. Having Finish Max would be a great motivation.
I spray painted a vintage glider grey and really wished I hadn't worn my finger and wrist out doing it! The spray area was also small making it a very long, stinky, tedious process!
I would love to have the Finish Sprayer. I dream of redoing all my furnishing into a lighter shade and having the Finish Max would be a great start. I love all you do with yours and you make it look so easy. Keep up the beautiful work.
A city girl
I am actually in the market to buy one and I would love to have one of these!! I am a painting fanatic!
I would love to try this on my wicker furniture! Right now it takes multiple cans of spray paint to get them covered! I could even change my color scheme!
I have a couple pieces of furniture and some smaller things that I need to get painted. This would really make my projects go faster.
I'm an artist and interior designer who re-purposes as much as possible for myself and my clients. I currently have a stack of flea market frames that I need to paint to receive new art. That art will be made of re-purposed items which I will also paint out for a cohesive look. The sprayer would make short order of all of this work. I have other re-purposed furniture & cabinetry projects as well...just waiting for me to get to them...and this sprayer would make all of those projects way less intimidating and I'd have a greater range of paint products I could use! 🙂
I am fixin' to spray all of the frames in my gallery wall - and boy, howdy - a Homeright Finish Max would be a blessing!
Thank you for the opportunity to enter a drawing for one!
I would use this to paint my husbands unattractive desk a nice modern black using the Spray Max!
I am getting ready to age an Adirondack chair and I could really use this sprayer to assist since there are a lot of spaces that will be difficult to get to with traditional methods.
I have four dining room chairs that I want to spray paint and would love to have this HomeRight Spray Max! I don't have a place to spray paint in the winter. With this Spray Max I could easily paint my chairs in the basement...yipeee!
Next up for me when the snow finally disappears and the sun emerges is to repaint my front door and window trim.
I painted a 4 poster bed frame with a brush. The entire time was wishing I was able to spray it.
Oh my!!! I would love to use this for my daughters home projects! She'll be buying an older/vintage dining room set and will want it painted. How much easier and great would this be??!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I finished my deck railing at the end of October - 150 square balusters. I put two coast of primer and two coats of paint on each side. Took me forever. If I had had a paint sprayer I would have hung them in the garage and spray painted them. Oh, the time and effort it would have saved.
Staining the deck is the next project on my list. The list is long but one thing at a time.
I have a twin bed that I plan on turning into a daybed couch for my daughters apartment. This would be perfect for that
I am refinishing my sewing machine so it goes with the rest of the decor. I also need a shelf repainted so it all goes in the room
I have several frames for a gallery wall to paint--this would be such a help...
I have some buffet tables I wish I could have used this on.
I have some bedroom furniture that needs painting and it would take a long time to paint with a brush. Love the picture frames!
Finish Max would be perfect for many projects i have to do; especially the bi-fold doors that need painted and the vanity in my bf's main bathroom.
I am painting a table now that has pretty detailed legs that would be so much easier & faster with a sprayer. I have never used a sprayer but would love to have one because I've always got a project going. My son buys & sells & I usually do all the painting to help him make extra money....would love to win
Hi Gail. Homeright Finish Max would be the answer to our prayers. I volunteer at a re-sale shop in my town and the items we repurpose are sold and the proceeds are given to different charities in our area. Most of the repurposed donations are painted and resold. Spray paint is expensive, so we hand paint most of our items. Finish Max would make the products look soooo much better and make our job soooo much easier. We would love to win this Finish Max!! Many thanks for this opportunity!
Oh my, what a win that would be! I have so many projects in the works that it would be a tremendous asset.
I paint a lot of things and this would help me tremendously. Thanks for doing this.
Donna in SC
My sister and I both have several small pieces of furniture we want to refinish...this Finish Max would be a dream come true to us. Thanks for the chance to win one.
I would love this sprayer! Just yesterday I spent the better part of the day hand painting doors. Argh! The thought of doing the MANY remaining ones by hand isn't a good one. I need this sprayer!
I refurbish and build furniture. There have been many times I could have used a sprayer
Just three weeks ago I finished spraying two very old cedar Adirondak-style rocking chairs. I am disappointed in the outcome of these, as the paint did not go on evenly and it was very difficult to get all the different angles and not have drips. Despite the fact I purchased three cans of one color, the two chairs look like they are different dye lots of color. (sigh) they will have to do as is ... that is ... until I win this Fine Finish HVLP sprayer!!! Then I can have a matching pair of chairs for the yard! Yay!
Recently started painting some metal folding chairs at my church that needed a new look. Have been using traditional spray paint, what a pain. Would love this paint sprayer to finish up the job, and fix the other chairs that don't look so great.
Kelly Jean Curto
I wish to win this for so many future projects
I just repurposed an old buffet style cabinet and this sprayer would have made it a lot easier..love doing large pieces would love even more with the sprayer.
I would love to have the Finish Max because I am trying to start my repurposed decorating life & this would make my future projects much easier & I can broaden my creativity when designing. Plus I would love to use something that's safer for the environment, any way I can lessen the problems of our planet instead of contributing to the problem would make me happy & teach my children how to create solutions & not adding to the pollution.
I am just starting up my own hand painted sign business and this would be a huge blessing to have.
I am repurposing a TV amour into a pantry for my kitchen .. Need to cover the all black insides to a white or lighter color and add shelving and paint the out side of this big 6ft tall box!!! I need a sprayer!!!!
I really want to make a "new" media consol. This would be great fit getting it the prefect share of sunflower yellow... our turquoise... wait, gray...
Guess I have some decision making to do. Lol
Oh how this would have helped when I had 84,229 metal items I changed to either black or oil-rubbed bronze!
thinking this would work perfect on some chairs I want to refurbish.
There is a dresser in my daughter's room that I'd love to paint a fun new color!
This would be great to use on my hutch and table, along with all the chairs!! Having asthma, the less it smells the better!!
When I moved from NY to Florida I had to leave much behind, including many tools. On the other hand the opportunities for DIY here are amazing and seemingly endless 😉 There were several interesting furniture pieces left behind by the previous homeowner, including a rolltop desk (which needs serious TLC) and a 50's era console/bookshelf unit with sliding glass doors. Poor thing had been covered in contac paper and was in serious need of cleaning when I uncovered it. The ugly contac has been stripped away, and it is clean and safely in use now, but needs a good paint job, as would the old rolltop. This sprayer would make these renovations so much easier!
Not sure how small a project you can use this for but we recently had to paint derby cars and a sprayer would have been interesting to try. I have lots of things I'd love to use it with: an old cupboard that needs updating, a step stool, some metal trays that need a makover. We also have some wicker furniture that has lost almost all its paint and a sprayer like this would really get into all the nooks and crannies of the wicker.
would use on an old cedar chest conversion to coffee table
I've had a sprayer on my 'wish list' for a long time. I'd love the opportunity to be able to own one.
Finish Max would be the perfect solution to several projects on my list to do. One being a very large dresser being turned into a media center.
I so could have used this on my violin clock! I am non-stop painting something lol!:)
wow I could sure use one of these. NICE!
LOVE the HomeRight sprayer plan! I recently painted an old hotel lamp and it would have gone SOOOO much easier with a HomeRight sprayer than ..... dah duh DAHHHH a foam brush. lol True. Lots of dabbing going on with the brush. I would have zipped right through it with a professional finish with the HomeRight sprayer.
Thanks for the details and the opportunity!
I'd love to use Finish Max on our front porch and back patio furniture.
I'm working on a painted clock table right now and have a "princess" chair coming up that a home right sprayer would be perfect for!
As our family expands, and a new home was in order, all we could afford was a fixer upper. So needless to say, spray painting to update is a cheaper alternative than buying new fixtures. Unfortunately, spray paint cans are different every time. Some you get a nice finish and some you don't. It's a crap shoot but one I'm willing to take with so much stinkin brass!!! Haha!
I worked on some closet built-ins for my son. Rolling was SLOW!
My kitchen cabinets really need a make over and this would work out perfectly for me
Last year I spray-painted an old stand mirror frame to make into a trellis in the garden - it still looks bad. I also painted a wire waste basket and another basket for plants to grow through. I love to change out the color of garden accessories, so this would give me a leg up on 2015's color (thinking maroon instead of bright green or purple).
I am only limited to where my imagination will take me when using a Finish Max! However, my next project will be the deck and it would be a GREAT help 🙂
It seemed difficult and wasteful to spray a large coffee table recently. 4 cans of spray paint and primer get expensive. This looks like a good alternative. I'd love to try it!
I just did a small table with chalk paint that would look better with a good spray. I have 2 stools that were just calling me and that is definitely a spray project that I've been putting off using cans. I would love to spray them the same beautiful red as my mixer.
I have a very large armoire that I have been putting of painting because it is such a big project. The Finish Max would be perfect!
I recently painted a shelf using spray paint. The color choices and sheens are limited. I had to settle for a color that was okay, but I wasn't in love with it. I kept thinking that I really needed a paint sprayer. If I had a sprayer I could use any color I wanted.
TI am redoing my morning room to a coffee bar and would like to paint some shelves and a hutch . Maybe a bench too. This sounds wonderful maybe I would do even more lol
Too many projects to list! I've been procrastinating on a few furniture projects because of the time involved. This would make those projects so much easier and faster.
This sprayer would be wonderful for all my projects in my upcoming mobile home remodel. I'm remodeling with all recycled materials.
Oh, I am about to paint a couch (remember the 70's couches that are all wood, with loose cushions) This would be so helpful!! Plus, our 15 yr. old home, has never been updated & we are about to do a complete re-do.
I would LOVE this sprayer!!!
I have a kitchen island (repurposed from a dresser) that needs to be painted. This would be perfect.
I would love one of these.
We had a warm day a few days ago and I spray painted about two dozen yard sale books with black chalkboard paint. We want to use these for display. I think it would have been much cheaper and faster to use the Finish Max. Would love to have one. I'm always painting something!
I have 2 tables that have been sitting in my garage for over a year, needing to be painted. I'd love to make the job easier by using the Finish Max!
I have multiple projects that are needing to get done. Several tables , benches and shelves. This home right sprayer would help save time , money, and energy. I always like the finish of spray paint over the marks of a brush or roller. But are limited with color options. This would solve that issue. Thank you!
We had started spray painting interior doors, but still have a few more to finish.
I am turning a beat up dresser into a TV stand and this sprayer would make it a lot easier!
I've heard such great things about this sprayer. It's been on my wish list for a while! I'm going to be refinishing our guest room furniture and this would make that project so much better!!
I recently painted a end table that had 3 drawers, we repurposed it into 1 drawer and attached the bottom two together to make a deep drawer for hanging files, this would have been so much easier to spray pain then brush on. So need a paint sprayer, we alway have a project underway and really need a spray painter!
I would use it to paint a bamboo table and 2 benches !!
Tammy in Georgia
I found some shutters at the curb. Pinterest is full of shutter crafts and I want to do some of them. I think spray painting will be the best way to get a good finish coat.
Gloria DeLaRosa Ruiz
I recently worked on a piece that required black spray paint. This was my 3rd or 4th time using spray paint so I knew how to use it. I must have picked up a defective can because I got so much spray paint all over my hands! Upon inspecting the can, I found the push nozzle was defective!I have been eyeing The Finish Max sprayer and believe if I had used one, I would not have wasted hours scrubbing my hands raw!!
I have some picture frames and a mirror frame that I planned to spray paint.....would love to use a paint sprayer instead! Thanks for the giveaway.
In working to furnish my daughter's college apartment on a budget, we've spray painted a number of items. The small side table is most recent and the variety of colors and finishes offered by the Finish Max would have been great! Never fear! Plenty of projects still to conquer AND another daughter heading off to college this fall. Maybe those will have the benefit of being don't with a brand new Finish Max. 🙂
I have so many things in my yard that seem to be painted. Chairs, benches, clay pots varnish on old plow handles.... I've had my eye on one of these for quite some time. Thanks!
I have an old long dresser, that I use as an entertainment stand, that I would love to paint.
Everyone has such great things to say about this product--I'll have to see what we have in the "tools" budget. Or...I might win one!
I have an old antique porch glider that is begging to be freshly painted. I am certain the proper way to do it would be with a homeright sprayer. If only I had one!! Maybe someday.........
I was given my mother in law's beautiful vintage Duncan Phyfe harp-back dining room chairs that I have planned on painting and up cycling. I would love to have something of hers in our home, but they are really beat up and just need some loving!
Would love to have this sprayer. We are always painting large sheets for our high school sports teams. This would make it much easier than traditional spray paint cans!
would have loved this on a metal chair I redid!
I am planning on painting my kitchen cabinets and this would be perfect for this project!!!