Do you remember my last two Homeright posts about the month-long giveaway? One of the great items we’re giving away is the Homeright Spray Painting Shelter . I’m so excited about this new and unique product!
Many of us struggle with places to do our painting. I was doing my spraying in a carport, but it’s so dark in there, that I find I have a difficult time seeing if I’ve missed a spot.
Then I started spraying my projects on a drop cloth on the driveway. Now, I have a new way to get my projects done.
This is the wonderful new Homeright Spray Shelter. It is such a compact size to store away, but opens up to make a roomy spray booth.
I’ll be honest, the first time I put the shelter up, I struggled with the assembly. I’m not a camper, and I don’t have a very good understanding of how tents go up. Since that first time, I’ve put it up several more times, and it’s gotten so easy I can put it up in about five minutes. The directions are attached right to the bag so you will never lose them! Here are a few key points to remember:
- Laying it out on the ground or your driveway first is a must
- The front of the tent has pins that insert into the back poles.The front poles crisscross and end up using the pins on the back of the tent.
- I find that it’s easiest to insert the front poles and pins, then the back poles and pins.
- After you’ve done that, attach all of the clips to the poles.
- There is a ring in the back center that can be secured with an included stake, or weighted down with something heavy if you’re on a hard surface instead of the grass.
- When taking the Spray Shelter down, go in the reverse order.
- Lay your tent out neatly, folding it up that way, will allow you to put it up quickly the next time you use it.
Specs for the Spray Shelter
- Depth: 72″ at bottom – 30″ at top
- Width: 102″ at bottom – 92″ at top
- Height: 66.5″
When stored away:
- Depth: 29.1″
- Packaged width: 4.3″
- Packaged height: 4.3″
I used my Finish Max with some Heirloom Traditions Chalk Type paint. (Moody) Use the code MYREPURPOSEDLIFE at checkout to save 10% on your purchase. I make a small commission and you save a little money.
I thought was going to be a gray, but then it looked blue…. then gray again. So, I guess you could say it’s an awesome blue-gray!
I started by painting the underneath side of the table.
Raising your project off the ground really helps your aching back, and allows you to get to hard-to-reach places.
The Finish Max and the Heirloom Traditions paint made this cheapo coffee table look good. Remember, we’re having a month long giveaway for the Finish Max, the Rapid Clean system and the NEW spray shelter. Now for the details on the GIVEAWAY! Because I will be sharing projects featuring the Finish Max, the NEW spray shelter, and the recently launched Rapid Clean, one lucky winner will receive all three of those fabulous products! This giveaway will continue all month, so check back each Wednesday for more chances to win! Giveaway starts June 2 and ends June 30, 2015. Winner must be 18, and a US resident. One winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries using the Rafflecopter widget. Void where prohibited by law. How to gain another entry for this fabulous giveaway. Leave a comment on this blog post telling me why you need this fabulous Spray Shelter by Homeright. After you leave your comment, be sure to follow through with the rafflecopter widget in order for your entry to be eligible. You will choose the next to the next to the last option Leave a Blogpost Comment a Rafflecopter giveaway
Click these links to see the details on the other products in this giveaway. Rapid Clean Finish Max
disclaimer: I am happy to be a Homeright Brand Ambassador. I receive products to review, but you can be assured all thoughts, projects, and opinions are my own.
See how I did an easy image transfer on this cheap coffee table.