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I have a love-hate relationship with spray paint. On the “love” side, it’s an easy and inexpensive way to update furniture and home decor items. On the “hate” side, it’s an absolute mess. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve inadvertently painted our patio, garage floor, grass, etc. Well actually, I can, because most of the evidence is still there. But never again will I hear my hubs say “did you spray paint something yellow in the garage today?” because I am now the proud owner of this handy and helpful Spray Shelter from HomeRight!
The Spray Shelter is a lightweight, portable tent-like shelter that you can set up on a table or workbench to easily spray paint all kinds of things. The other nice feature is that it folds up for easy storage. All I need to do to set it up is remove it from the storage pouch, slip off the elastic band and voila—it pops right open!
This shelter is the small size, which stands about 39″ tall and is about 30″ deep, excluding the extra flap in the front. This is the perfect size for smaller items, but if you often find yourself painting larger items, HomeRight makes another size that’s more suitable for furniture.
I’ve already put mine to good use and I am thrilled with how it works.
My sister-in-law and I painted some tiles that she wants to hang in her new home…
I’ve used it for a few small miscellaneous decor makeovers…
And I used it to refresh this tired vintage wood and metal arch panel I brought home from the Country Living Fair.
For about one second, I contemplated painting the metal by hand, and then decided it would be better to spray paint it. My Spray Shelter made the job easier and much less messy than my spray paint jobs of old.
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If you, like me, suffer from messy spray painting experiences, you are in luck! HomeRight has graciously offered up one small Spray Shelters to one lucky reader! Use the widget below to enter. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents age 18 and over.
Love mine also!
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I would spray paint some outdoor pottery that really needs a makeover.
I love my Small Spray Shelter! I bought the big one awhile ago and just recently got the small one and the sprayer. I don’t know how I lived without them!
They are such awesome products! I don’t do much furniture, but I can imagine that the large shelter and the sprayer would be invaluable if I did!
I would use it to spray paint a bookshelf that has been sitting out in my garage for ages. It could definitely use a makeover 🙂
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This is so brilliant! I would totally use this to spray paint all the decorations that I buy on clearance and want to change the color 🙂
This would be perfect for that! 😉
I’d paint a globe I got at the thrift store with chalkboard paint. I’ve been wanting to paint it for a while now and this would be perfect!
I have the large spray shelter and would love the small one for updating home decor pieces in my workshop when the weather turns!
First would be a wooden lamp my husband made in a shop class more than 60 years ago. After that I have a very long list of painting projects.
Just painted the grass black while painting a planter for Halloween, so I would use the small shelter to spray more Halloween decor.
I have painted lots of grass in my days, too, Jean! At least it grows out and gets cut 😉
OMGosh I love this. Just think of all the projects you could do in the basement during the winter!
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Yes!! It would be great for that!!
I would love to spray paint a bunch of random frames I have to make a gallery wall.
Okay, how did I not know that something like this existed?? I need one!
Isn’t this so smart!? I could’ve used ones of these years ago!
I’ve got some picture frames wanting to be a different color!
I would spray paint some mason jars and some pumpkins.
I think I need this!!
Love this – take the stress out of the mess of painting!
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This is a great idea for small art projects. Now they need a revolving stand so that I can spray the back of the item at the same time.
A revolving stand would be awesome!
I would paint some dining room chairs.
I cannot believe I hadn’t heard about this before! MTA garage floor can testify I am in need of one. And I go through plastic tarps like crazy. Thanks for sharing!
This is so cool, I need one! This would be great for several of my upcoming DIY projects!
I love this! Instead of using it for painting, I’d use it as a pop-up photography light box : ) Goodness knows, my photography needs some help! ; )
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I have never heard of this product but we have a lot of DIY projects coming up involving spray paint so this would be awesome!
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I just spray painted my floor registers (and posted a tutorial). I love using spray paint as a frugal way to update my home!
What a brilliant idea for a product! I would use this whenever I’m spraying anything small — or — when using some of the craft mists for mixed media or crafting! Thanks for sharing!
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I have so many things that need painted but it’s so windy here right now. I need this shelter!
OMG I need one of these! I would spray paint some small dollar store items I’ve had sitting in my stash for awhile!
Aww, man! I missed the giveaway! This shelter looks awesome!
I’m sorry Melanie! I would definitely recommend this shelter if you are a frequent spray-painter!
I absolutely need on e of these. I make SUCH a mess with all my spray projects!
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It’s a life-saver, Megan! Well, a surface-saver, really, but so useful 😉