I never thought I’d say this about my home, the project house. Our progress has turned into a double-edged sword. On the one hand I don’t cringe as I drive in the driveway anymore because our house is the derelict rogue house on our street. It’s shaping up nicely. On the other hand, with each outdoor project I’ve completed I’ve lost valuable workspace to paint. It’s been a challenge. That changed this week. I just opened my new spray paint shelter for painting in small spaces.
This my friends, is a game changer.
When I started working on the Butterfly Garden & DIY Landscaping this summer I lost the last of my open area left to paint outdoors. Not that my neighbors won’t mind me setting up in the front yard anymore:). I’m sure they were tired of the paint and weed patch we called a front yard.
I thought about building a paint booth. But that’s all I did..was think about it besides, I have no where to store something like that. When I painted my awesome deck chairs for our dock I tried taping plastic along our fence and over the bushes. It kind of worked until the breeze kicked in. I think my contact at HomeRight felt sorry for me because she sent me an email and asked if I wanted a Paint Shelter .
A paint shelter? Really? Yes!!
This spray paint shelter is a game changer my friends. It’s 66″ tall and 102″ wide and will easily fit a large dresser on the inside. It assembles just like a tent. Lay a dropcloth down and you’re in business. It will work on any flat surface. It’s fantastic for all paint jobs, and protects your work area from overspray and your painted piece from dust and debris in the air.
When your done painting, store your spray paint shelter away neatly in the small 29″ compact heavy duty bag it comes in. They’ve even attached the assembly directions on a permanent sheet. I don’t think you’ll need them though, assembly is easy.
I assembled it six minutes. It’s so easy, I made a little 2 minute video to show you how fast and easy the paint shelter is to put up. I gave myself one practice run before filming this and I an NOT a camper… ask me later to share how I caught the camp stove on fire on my last camping attempt. Yes, I really did 😉
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At under $50 on Amazon and free shipping on Prime, the HomeRight Paint Shelter is a steal!
Where would you use a paint shelter for your paint projects?
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