Tuesday, June 10, 2014

HomeRight Paint Sprayer Review & Video

Yay!  I finally have a review for you of the HomeRight Paint Sprayer.
I've had several requests for the review, but I wanted to give you a demonstration
 as well, it was so hard to stop painting to take photos while I was working on my
 kitchen cabinets, so I engaged the help of my brother to make a video. He's in the
 process of doing a makeover on his garage and I knew he'd love it for his cabinets,
 as much as I did!

 HomeRight Finsh Max Pro Fine Finish Sprayer

He's a perfectionist to the max and I felt 100% confident he'd be happy with the sprayer!
  I was right!

*** This video is my first and is SO B-A-D!!
I apologize, but it gets the point across - that this sprayer is super EASY to use!
Unfortunately, we only had so many takes before running out of cabinet doors
 to paint. So I went with one, but will replace it when I get to use the sprayer on
a piece of furniture soon.
(Sorry, I didn't even know to hold the phone in landscape view and it would have been a good
idea to practice what I was going to tell you!)  



Take a look at this great finish!



I think the video and these photos of the painted cabinet doors speak for themselves.
The HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer couldn't be easier to use and delivers a top-notch
professional finish. As far as cleaning, I'd say it takes about the same amount of time to
clean a paint brush, you run water through the sprayer until it comes out clear, and
use a small brush on some of the smaller attachments. It easily comes apart for cleaning.

The proper prep of your cabinets is essential, these were sanded and primed before
spraying with two coats of Benjamin Moore Advance Water Based Alkyd Enamel
color matched to Behr's Dark Ash 770F-5



Bottom line...I highly recommend the 
HomeRight Max Pro Fine Finish Sprayer!
You can find it here.


 I was provided the HomeRight Finish Max Pro Sprayer, but all opinions are 100% mine.




20 comments:

Dana Frieling said...

Good timing, I'm literally thinking about busting mine out today. It's a different model though. Btw, I love that you referred to Scottie as your "baby brother" in the video...such a good sport!!

Kris @ Driven by Décor said...

Can you believe that I still don't own a paint sprayer? Your video has me convinced that it's about time to change that! I love the finish that you were able to get on your cabinet doors by using it - it 100% looks like a factory finish. And congrats on your first video - it was really helpful!!

therelishedroost said...

Thank you so much for sharing this, I always was nervous to use a sprayer but boy do I have some jobs I could accomplish if I found the right one!

Jen (House of Ruby Jean) said...

Thanks for sharing Pam, I think I'm going to have to get one for sure. And I love your brother's idea of using the ladder to dry each door, genius!

Leslie said...

This is great Pam! Thanks for posting the video. Spraying makes a huge difference particularly on the doors. We start construction on the house next week and I can't wait to share some photos. I'm looking forward to having the entire house painted by a professional :) Enjoy your day! xxleslie

Cindy @ a curious gardener said...

You did a great job of describing how to use the sprayer! Love the color of Scott's cabinets and his idea for drying.

Vel Criste said...

Your video wasn't bad at all and I loved hearing your voice Pam (now if only you'd show us your pretty face and smile, it would've been perfect)! I have to take note of this sprayer next time I'm gonna do something big. :-=)

Mary said...

I am in the process of painting my own cabinets right now. I'm doing them the old fashioned way...with a brush. It's taking soooo long! Each door is taking 3 coats.
But I have always been afraid to use a sprayer. What did you practice on? And I was surprised your brother didn't have a drop cloth or some plastic down on his garage floor to catch any overspray.

pam {simple details} said...

Mary, I was so intimidated by them and looked at as many videos as I could, but there weren't many that gave a lot of detailed information. Now, I know why - it is so easy there isn't a whole lot to describe! I practiced on a large piece of cardboard to get a feel for it right before pulling the trigger on the cabinet doors. There isn't much over spray at all, but he is putting down a new garage floor so it wasn't necessary.

charmaine said...

This is great! Thanks for the video, Pam. I might have to get one.

Shelia Dowd said...

I have been thinking of buying a sprayer. This video is perfect timing! I'm still not brave enough to do my kitchen cabinets...baby steps. :)
Thanks for posting!
Shelia
www.houseofhighlands.com

DJ said...

Thanks! This makes the process look so much less intimidating! And I appreciate that your video was short and to the point, it was helpful!

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

Wow, I need one of those! I have a complex old Wagner sprayer that never gets used, so this looks great. Love the finish! Nice brother to help you out! xo Nancy

Bethany DeVore said...

Wow! That finish looks amazing! I have always wanted to try a paint sprayer and I think this might be the one!

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DavidGuetta said...

This is great Pam! Thanks for posting the video. Spraying makes a huge difference particularly on the doors. We start construction on the house next week and I can't wait to share some photos. I'm looking forward to having the entire house painted by a professional :) Enjoy your day! xxleslie
http://paintsprayercenter.com/

Ian T. Anstett said...

This is one of the best paint sprayer review I've ever read. And thanks, I really appreciate the video.

Sarah Carlston said...

I am getting ready to paint my cabinets with Benjamin Moore Advance. I am debating between this sprayer you used and the Wagner 590. Wondering if you had to thin the paint with the sprayer you used? I know you dont with the Wagner, but this one is 1/2 the price with just as good reviews.

Sarah Carlston said...

I thought I left a comment but dont see it. Wondering if you had to thin the BM Advance paint with this sprayer?

pam {simple details} said...

Hi Sarah, Yes, I did have to thin the paint and it definitely took some adjusting before I got it to the right consistency. It was easy once I got the proportions down. Good luck with your cabinets!

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