Item # 31535 BRAND: Home Right

HomeRight Small Paint Spray Shelter

HomeRight Spray Shelter gives you a safe place to paint
HomeRight Spray Shelter gives you a safe place to paint
HomeRight Small Paint Spray Shelter is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
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HomeRight Spray Shelter gives you a safe place to paint
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HomeRight Small Paint Spray Shelter

Description

The HomeRight Small Spray Shelter is perfect for spraying home décor and other small items without getting overspray everywhere.

  • Shelter sets up easily and in seconds
  • Use it on the floor, table or work bench
  • Three-sided with built-in bottom
  • Includes rear vent

This small spray shelter easily sets up in seconds to be used for suspension parts, under hood components and more. Works with spray cans or paint guns, while limiting overspray in your project area. The tent-like structure has three sides and a bottom. A rear vent helps control airflow.

Specifications


Specifications:

Set up size:
Depth: 30"
Width: 35"
Height: 39"

Storage bag size is 17" round

Contents

Tabletop shelter
Storage bag

Safety Information

Always wear proper personal safety equipment anytime when using this product.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for powder coating! Looks and works better than I thought it would for the low price. I've used this many times in the past couple months and I love it. It springs open and packs flats in seconds. I put a box fan and a filter on the back flap and it collects the overspray
Date published: 2018-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great For Painting and Powder Coating I've been working on a powder coating project, restoring all of the register floor vent covers in our home. (10 total) I was using the Eastwood Powder Coating Stand, which works great, but the clean up of the powder coating was a pain even with using painters plastic. So, I bought this spray shelter for painting projects, a few months ago, and thought to try it for powder coating and this solved my problem. First, this spray shelter is a nice size. It has a large front opening, a mesh vent in the back with a Velcro flap. Assembles in a few seconds. Very portable with its own bag with handles and easy clean up of powder coating over spray. I used the Eastwood Turn Table to rotate my project for complete paint coverage. I had no over spray outside of the spray shelter. Also, I used my plasma cutting table, with a piece of thin wood on top, to support the entire spray shelter. This set up worked very well for me.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Works as intended but would be nicer if it was a foot taller to accommodate the powder coat/paint rack that is sold by eastwood. I made it work but size is off and would've been nice to use the two together.
Date published: 2017-04-16
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Questions & Answers

Good Concept....any way to vent the fumes?

Asked by: Tro Schab
There is an air vent towards the back of this tent.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-12-23

When using rattle can or a paint gun, I assume the overspray will eventually clog the tent material. How many times can the tent be used with standard automotive paint before it becomes coated and not useful? Thanks

Asked by: qtrracer
Eventually it will be covered but a time frame would be impossible to say as it depends on the amount of paint you use per job, the viscosity of the paint and other variables.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2020-07-15
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HomeRight Small Paint Spray Shelter
$45.99
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