Perfect Paint Job with HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer

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We do a lot of painting at our house. Sometimes I change my mind about a whole room color and sometimes it is something much smaller like a project touch up. Either way, it is often.

From big to small, it is always nice to have a quick and easy way to get the paint job done. So when we started on a small shelving project in the kitchen, the Finish Max Sprayer helped us get the painting done quickly. I received a Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer in exchange for my honest opinion.

My Experience with the HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer

When we painted a ceiling this winter, the HomeRight PaintStick Mini helped make the job much easier. I was excited to try out the Finish Max Sprayer to help me paint a couple shelves we were hanging up in the kitchen.

While sometimes I like the textured finish of brush strokes, for this project I wanted a smooth, perfect, white finish. I decided to try a paint sprayer to achieve this look.

The Finish Max Sprayer has a high-volume, low-pressure application – which means a professional finish where you want it (and not a ton of overspray where you don’t!). It is meant to be used with clear sealer, polyurethane, primer, stain and varnish.

Before using the sprayer I was really worried about the extra mess it could make. I have enough experience with a brush that I know where the paint will end up, with the sprayer, I had no idea what I was in for.

Jars of spices on a shelf.

When I started using it, it did take some finessing to get the right amount of spray. There are adjustments to allow for more or less paint flow, spray pattern width (from 1” to 6”), and spraying at a horizontal or vertical position.

Freshly painted kitchen shelves.

Once, I had settled on something that I felt like I could control, it was smooth sailing. I did have some overspray, but had placed down plastic to prepare for it.

Clean up was a little bit of work, but most of the unit comes apart, so you can make sure it is looking brand new when you are done cleaning it!

When completed, I had the smooth finish I had been looking for (still have some styling to do on these shelves though!)

I am already planning new projects I can use the paint sprayer on – like my cabinets, my deck…. What would you use the Finish Max Sprayer on?

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  1. sandy weinstein says:

    wow, are you industrious. i would never attempt this. i would like this to do my decks.

  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    I am sorry, but that R2D2 caught my eye and that is all I can think about….how I want one 🙂

    LOL, you did an awesome paint job.

  3. This looks really handy. We are going to sell our house in spring and this would make life so much easier when it comes time to painting.

  4. This looks so much better than painting with a brush! It would certainly make painting easier!

  5. We just moved into a new house and we’re painting the whole house. This would have been a great help. (Btw, we’re still not done painting, because my husband is a perfectionist and using a brush or roller makes him nuts.)

  6. I can’t wait until I own a home and can paint the walls any color I want! Your paint job looks fantastic!

  7. Oh my goodness, we would do so much… my bathroom needs to be finished… my kitchen, um, let’s see, what else..ha! I would go to town with that sprayer!

    1. Marina @ Mommy Snippets says:

      I would too! Lol.

  8. Amber Edwards says:

    I never even thought about using a sprayer; but that is definitely what i want to use as i work to redo my son’s room! We have a wall that need repainting and I HATE using brushes! I want to use one of these!

  9. I despise painting but this looks so much easier. It’s looks nicer than painting with a brush!

  10. My brother used something like this to paint his house interior. He said the same thing — it takes time to get into a groove with how it works, but then it’s awesome!

  11. I need to repaint pretty much my whole house. So I guess I would use the sprayer for that!

  12. Kimberly Grabinski says:

    Ooooh R2D2! I have so much painting I want to do, this would be a great tool to make it easier for us.

  13. Marina @ Mommy Snippets says:

    Wish I would have had that a couple of months ago when we painted. Would have save tons of time!

  14. Brett Martin says:

    That’s pretty neat! That paint job looks flawless.

  15. Chelley @ A is For Adelaide says:

    I love that! I would use it to redo my hallway walls- I think I would love to try them in a teal, but painting the wood paneling traditionally was a PAIN! A sprayer would make it easy and flawless!

  16. Tammileetips says:

    I hate painting with a passion. This looks like it makes the job go much faster and efficient. I am known for being messy while painting.

  17. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    I am moving into a new house and I am planning on repainting the entire thing. I would love to get one of these to make the job easier.

  18. Mama to 5 BLessings says:

    Wow that turned out great! I would use it on the remodeling we will be doing this year, maybe repainting my boys bedroom.

  19. Amy Desrosiers says:

    I love that this product makes painting easier! I hate to paint so anything that helps is welcomed.

  20. Stefani Tolson says:

    This sounds handy and easier than painting with a brush. Maybe I will have to get the hubby one of these. I have been wanting to change the color of our home.

  21. We need to paint the entire house. I love the idea of this.

  22. Ashley - Embracing Beauty says:

    That is incredible! I’d love to use it to paint several rooms in our home!

  23. Kristin Wheeler (@MamaLuvsBooks) says:

    Very nice! Can you come do my house? LOL! Although this tool does look like something I could use to hopefully do it myself! =)

  24. I’ve been really wanting to re-paint our kids rooms. They’re so dinged up!

  25. Chrishelle Ebner says:

    I could have used this a couple of months ago. I just finished up painting my whole house. I wonder if I could use it on my wood decks? Sounds like it would cut down on my work load.

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