The great satisfaction of DIY projects can be overshadowed sometimes by the residue effects. Take spray painting furniture for example…the Homeright large spray paint shelter is a yard saver when painting outside!
*This post is sponsored by HomeRight products. HomeRight provided the spray shelter and I have provided my opinion and thoughts on it. As with any product I review on The Aspiring Home, if I love it and feel it is the best thing since sliced bread – you will hear it. If I don’t think it’s all that and a bag of chips, well, you will hear about that too. 🙂
Have you ever had a great DIY project go perfectly except for the aftermath? Like, with spray painting a table, a chair or a flower pot? Everything is going good until the winds pick up a little bit and the spray paint begins to dance on the air and onto areas and objects you had no intention of painting. Well, friends, here is where the HomeRight large spray paint shelter comes in handy!
Included in Box:
- Shelter material
- Storage Bag
- 2 Poles
- 5 Stakes with storage bag
Durable fiberglass poles for easy setup
Shelter material: 190T Polyester PE
Set up Size:
- Depth: 6 feet (72″) at bottom – 30″ at top
- Width: 9 feet (108″) at bottom – 92″ at top
- Height: 5.5 feet (66.5″)
Storage Size in bag:
- Depth: 29.1″
- Packaged width: 4.3″
- Packaged height: 4.3″
Working desperately on wrapping up the many projects of our backyard makeover in time for the great reveal so our courtyard was full of items. We needed to paint the flower pots, a couple of wicker chairs, garden orbs and the list goes on. We were able to scoot a few items around and make room for the paint shelter.
Setting up the paint shelter for the first time was a little daunting. Honestly, I was shocked by how wonderfully big it was and reading the instructions turned out to be helpful (ha!). The shelter basically goes up like a modern tent. The shelter can be set up and taken down in just minutes and comes with a handy dandy bag.
We laid a large drop cloth down and used a heavy weight to keep the shelter in place. *NOTE the large shelter does not come with a drop cloth.
The spray shelter kept the projects and overspray contained beautifully! TIP: Use small clamps around the outside of the tent to connect the drop cloth to the tent. It really helps especially when you set the tent up on a patio or concrete area.
We were able to stay on schedule thanks to this nifty little invention by HomeRight.
Just to give you an idea of how expansive this little shelter is – we stopped projects between coats and loaded the shelter…
We honestly could have put more in – so if you have a BIG project, the shelter can handle it. I’m excited for the weather to cool down a bit so I can crank out more paint projects, now that I have my shelter!
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