If you’re a paint spraying fanatic like I am, I’m pretty sure you’ve also got the same problem I do…overspray. I especially have a terrible problem with it at my house where a day doesn’t go by that we don’t have at least somewhat of a breeze from living up on a hill. It makes it a bit of a challenge when using my HomeRight Finish Max. I have to watch the weather and pray for calm days. Or get up REALLY early in the morning when the wind isn’t as bad. Thankfully, HomeRight came up with the perfect solution! They developed the HomeRight Spray Shelter to help reduce overspray and is the perfect new tool to help achieve a flawless finish with your paint or staining projects.
The Spray Shelter is big enough to allow you to paint sizeable projects, but easy to move around. It also comes with stakes so you can secure it down if you need to.
I’ve used it for several projects so far and it has made such a difference! For me, it also acts as a perfect wind break for the breeze that we constantly have at our house. It also provides decent shade from the sun while you’re waiting for your project to dry.
HomeRight made things even easier by including a bag to store everything. And it’s not like one of those tent bags where you can never get it back in once it’s unrolled. They made it big enough that you can store it easily back inside the bag without a fight.
The HomeRight Spray Shelter retails for about $50, which is a pretty awesome price, but one lucky reader is going to win one of these for their own painting projects! Just follow the Rafflecopter giveaway instructions below. This giveaway is open to U.S. Residents ages 18 and over. Void in Alaska and Hawaii. Entrants must follow HomeRight on at least one social media platform. Winner will be chosen at random, notified by email, and has 48 hours to claim their prize or a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!
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