Spray painting can be a messy job. I don’t care what the paint manufacturers say about the nozzles or the paint mixture, it can get everywhere if you aren’t careful. But the folks at HomeRight came up with the ingenious Spray Shelter to keep you from getting overspray on your car (yes, I’ve done that.) or all over period. It works great to block wind and sun and to catch overspray. It also keeps little bits that fall from the trees out of your wet paint, if you paint outside.
The spray shelter is big. Like a tent, big. So if you are short like me, I suggest asking for a little help. Oh, and watch the video on assembling. You can find it here. I did not do that at first and it was probably a comedy show. And a course in colorful vocabulary. If any of my neighbors were watching, they got a good laugh. Glad I could amuse them. But after you put it together once, it’s pretty easy to figure out again.
It was a breezy day the first time I used it and it caught all of the overspray. And did not blow away, which I was totally afraid would happen. This spray shelter makes me so happy! I can paint in the driveway or in the garage and not have to worry about changing the color of my house or my car. You can see what I did with these little lanterns on Periscope. (My username is @domesticcharms)
The shelter folds up and stores easily because it becomes so compact. I keep it right next to my HomeRight Finish Max Pro paint sprayer, because you can’t use one without the other.
*This is a sponsored post for the HomeRight spray shelter but all opinions and stupid mistakes are 100% my own.