It’s the perfect time to think about freshening up your outdoor decor and more. It’s amazing what a little paint will do to make things look fresh and new. I’m happy to be sharing several of my favorite Homeright outdoor projects with you as part of a collaborative post with Homeright. .
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This birdbath has been passed down and was definitely in need of Spring clean up. Using a Finish Max allows you to paint your items in place because of the minimal overspray. Prep work is essential when painting an old birdbath.
Do you have an old porch swing? Don’t waste your time painting it with a roller or brush, a paint sprayer will knock out this job in no time! I prefer doing several light coats instead of a couple of heavy coats on all of my projects.
Talk about a big job! My diy picket fence may be the largest job I’ve ever using a paint sprayer! Because the air is directional on the Homeright Finish Max paint sprayer, you can get really good coverage on your projects.
Yeah, I could have used a brush to paint my new porch posts, but the flawless paint job with a paint sprayer can’t be beat! Great tips for replacing porch posts too.
How to paint a storm door without removing it from it’s hinges. This door is not a standard size, so painting it was a quick and easy way to update it until I can have a new custom door hung.
Did you know that you can use stain in the Homeright Paint Sprayers? Spraying stain really is a great option on fencing that is ready to be stained. NOTE: new treated wood needs to dry out before being painted or sprayed. If I choose to stain my new small deck I’ll definitely be using a sprayer. But for now, the wood has to dry out.
See how I used oil based paint in my Finish Max. Tips on painting the furniture and cleaning up the sprayer when you’re finished. Be sure to check out the details.
If you have any questions about painting your outdoor decor, I’m here to help. Feel free to write me or leave a comment below or on any of the posts above. Curious in what I use when I do a paint project? Check out my Amazon Store for all the details!
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Gail Wilson is the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. She is obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believes that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again, including herself!
Gail reinvented herself during a midlife crisis and has found purpose again. She hopes you will find new ideas for old things and pick up a few tools along the way.