How many times have you gone to paint something, big or small, and the forecast said 10% chance of rain? Do you chance it? Do you hope it doesn't really sprinkle? Or what about when it is windy? Painting something and then having the wind pick up is the worst! You get pieces of grass, leaves, or dirt all over the wet paint. And then there is the chance of the over-spray getting on your house, car, or the driveway. I have had all those things happen in the past, but not any more!
I have had several things I needed to paint but every day for the past week and a half it has said 10% or 20% chance of rain. Since I don't have a workshop or even a decent garage to paint in, I needed some type of shelter to protect the piece I was painting in case it did start to rain or get windy. It was the perfect time to use my new toy, the HomeRight Spray Shelter! Being a brand ambassador for HomeRight means I get to try out their products. I have yet to be disappointed. This thing can be set up quickly without the help of another person. The key is to put the poles that go in the front, into the pegs in the back and the poles in the back go into the pegs in the front so that the pole cross on the side. Easy peasy.
But be careful, or you kids might steal it to use for a fort :)
I have a couple of cabinets that go in my office that needed a little makeover. New doors and hardware and a fresh coat of paint.
And since the Fall tends to be a bit blustery and drizzly this is the perfect time to give one of these Spray Shelters away!
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