Spraying Lattice with HomeRight and Giveaway!

Happy Mother’s Day to all of you!  We are busy today celebrating my sweet mom and I’m going to do a whole post about our day together.  This year, we have that baby girl addition to our Mother’s Day pics, so that is going to be fun.

The last job to be done on my house painting was finishing up the back stairs and the lattice around the porch.  My dad and I had started staining it last fall when we finished that project, but winter weather stopped the progress and so it sat for a few months.  Then I got the house painted and knew that the lattice was the last little thing on that paint list, so I tackled it last week with a handy gadget that I’m trying out from HomeRight.  HomeRight has lots of spray painting tools that gets the job done a lot faster.  I’ve used their paint sticks before to paint a ceiling and this time the heavy duty paint sprayer made quick work of the lattice.  I’ve painted lattice before with a roller and brush and man, is that NOT FUN.

So, this time, it was a lot lot faster and I was so happy to use the sprayer on it.

homeright paint sprayer

HomeRight has been a Haven sponsor and it’s been great to have a partnership with them. They sent me this sprayer to try out and believe me, I was happy to do it.

homeright paint sprayer 2

I’ve used a sprayer before and they do make quick work of a large area like a ceiling.  This one was easy to operate and hold.  I ended up filling the canister about 5 times to get my lattice painted.  Be sure and read the directions when you get a sprayer or any kind of tool like this.  You have to follow the directions.  As much as I don’t like to read directions, I’ve learned that you must do that in order to have a tool operate correctly.

homeright paint sprayer filled

I used a solid stain from Cabot on my lattice and back stairs and it should last a long time.  Luckily the color I had already chosen before I chose my house color worked out perfectly, a dark gray.  The canister holds enough paint to spray a pretty good section and then you just have to keep filling it.  They recommend that you add water and I added about 1/2 cup of water each time I added more stain to the container.

spraying lattice

I used a piece of cardboard to keep it from overspraying my siding and that worked pretty well.  I just moved along the top, spraying with the cardboard and then went back and filled in the middle and bottom.

spraying with shield

The HomeRight Sprayer sprays out fairly even and consistently and covers a lot of area at a time.  I angled the sprayer and got the edges of the lattice too and before I knew it, it was almost covered.

spraying lattice 2

Moving along, the front side was finished in no time flat.

spraying lattice 3

I pulled some grass away from the bottom to spray that bottom piece of wood and will go back with a paintbrush to touch up as needed.  I tried not to get too close to the white trim and will  have a little bit of touching up to do with the paintbrush but overall it covered everything really well.

spraying lattice 4

I turned the corner and finished up the end too.

lattice after staining

And finally, the lattice is all stained and looking good with the rest of the freshly painted house.  This house has definitely come alive now.

back of house

Here’s the house just before I got it painted, so you can see the difference.

back of house

The entire backside of the house is looking great!  I still have to clean up the sawhorses and work on this backyard eventually, but I’m happy to be this far.  The little door cover my dad built got painted white when the painters were here, so it looks a lot better too.

I definitely loved using the HomeRight sprayer for this job and it really made it go fast.  Now, there is one thing about using a paint sprayer like this.  CLEAN UP has to be done.   That’s the hardest part about using one of these.  I’m not gonna lie, that part is NOT fun, but it’s necessary if you’re using a sprayer like this.  I will say it was totally worth the effort of cleaning it up in the time I saved by spraying it.  It took me about 45 minutes in all to take it all apart, clean all the components and dry them off.  So, overall that’s not too bad.  The paint doesn’t just wash out, but by the time I was done, it was all dried on and had to be scrubbed off the outside of the canister and out of the little parts too.  So, be prepared for that part!

Now, the fun part!  One of YOU will get to win a HomeRight Heavy Duty Titanium sprayer too!  I can’t wait to share this with one of you too and you’ll get to try it out on your own paint project.  I loved using it and will definitely use it again.  I can see using this on a piece of furniture to get nice coverage.  And lattice is a no brainer, totally time saving for that job!

The giveaway winners for the Flowers book and the Waverly garden accessories giveaway have both been posted. You can always see who won by going back to the post and looking at the Rafflecopter widget. They automatically get posted there when I choose the random winner and email them.

Note:  This is a sponsored post from HomeRight.  I received compensation and a paint sprayer to use and share my experience with my readers.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

- Rhoda


  1. I have a ton of interior doors (and ceilings!) that need to be painted! This would make it sooooo easy.

  2. Thank you for the giveaway. I would live to try a paint sprayer!

  3. I would paint my deck –the many, many rails, sides, underneath, etc. It sounds like a much easier project with the paint sprayer!

  4. I love that it is electric. Doors for sure.

  5. Rhoda, your lattice work looks great, and the sprayer looks easy to use! I have custom aluminum /brick fencing that was part of our renovation ten years ago, and the aluminum needs repainted. The first time it was painted in the fabrication shop, but now it’s permanently attached to the brick. I think that sprayer could work for me.

  6. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for this one. We have 20 entry and closet doors to paint. A good sprayer will certainly make that job easier.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  7. Margaret says:

    You did a great job.

    Wish I could be so neat.

    My shed could benefit from a spraying.

  8. I would love to repaint my master bath a lot lighter than it is. Would definitely use the sprayer for the all the priming that it would entail. Thank you for the giveaway.

  9. Your house is looking great! We have a picket fence all around our front yard that needs repainting this spring so that is the first project we’d use this sprayer for.

  10. Leslie M says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! Please Count me in!

  11. I have some side chairs to paint. Getting into and around the spindles would be much easier with this sprayer…

  12. Oh how pretty the house is looking. It really has come a long way and the lattice looks amazing. I have some latticed that I need to paint, so this would be so handy. Thanks for the chance at a fabulous sprayer.

  13. Your house looks so nice!

  14. Andrea D. says:

    Every door in my house needs to be painted. This would make the job sooooo much easier. Thanks for the chance to win it!

  15. I’ve got a pile of fence components just waiting to get painted. This would make the process so much easier than using a paintbrush!

  16. I’d love to paint a dresser that I’ve been dragging my feet on re-doing because of all the little details in the woodwork!

  17. I could finally start on all these tongue & groove walls and have it come out looking even. A paint sprayer would certainly save time.

    Jake’s a Girl

  18. Samantha G. says:

    Love how the lattice turned out! I would love the sprayer for painting my fence..I have a feeling it would be a whole lot easier than using a roller!

  19. I have some lattice that would love to be painted gray! Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  20. I have a ton of painting to do this summer and that Homeright sprayer would certainly come in handy. Thanks for the chance on the giveaway!


  21. Elizabeth F says:

    Great giveaway! I’d love to win and try it out!

  22. I would paint my deck–it certainly needs it!

  23. We have some outdoor furniture on our list of things to paint.

  24. I’ve got a table and 6 chairs that need painting. A sprayer would make that so much easier!!

  25. Hi Rhoda…
    What a great job you did on the lattice! That sprayer is fabulous! ~Nancy

  26. Maria Trunzo says:

    I have a wicker rocker chair that needs painting. Italian blue to match the rest on my porch furniture.

  27. We need to paint the brick on our house…this would be perfect!!!

  28. The entire interior of our house! Thanks!

  29. I have some outdoor fencing I would use it on. This is a really nice giveaway,

  30. It may be a silly question, but why didn’t the painters paint the lattice, it is part of the outside of the house?

    • I already had the stain and we had already started painting it, so I told them not to. They would have had to use a different color than the others they were using, so I just left it off the list and knew I’d finish it with the paint sprayer.

  31. I have a HUGE deck that is on 3 sides of my house. The deck took 2 summers to build and this sprayer would mean that I wouldn’t have to spend 3 summers painting it.

  32. I have a two tiered deck that I would LOVE to have a sprayer to help with! All of the railings and spindles have definitely made me procrastinate for too long!

  33. You make it looks so ooh easy. This would be so handy, think of all the work that the hubby could get done. Garage?

  34. My back deck.

  35. Helena Dias says:

    Thank you for the giveaway. I would live to try a paint sprayer!

  36. Hello, I have been wanting to paint my dining table. It is an old dark stained pine table, a new coat of paint would breath new life into it. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  37. I have a few old pieces of furniture in my shed that are in need of a fresh coat of paint! Thanks for the give away!

  38. I have a deck and skirting just waiting for this!

  39. I have six pieces of wicker that need to be painted as well as my patio dining set too. I have been postponing painting my lattice under my deck because I just can’t stand the thought of “painting” if I can possibly do the job with a sprayer.

  40. My first project for the paint sprayer would be painting my garage doors.

  41. I’d paint furniture if I were to win, I’ve wanted a paint sprayer for a long time now. Thanks for the giveaway.

  42. We’ve just moved into a house with an ancient gazebo that really needs to be blue! Thanks for the review and giveaway, very helpful!

  43. pam clark says:

    great job!!

  44. Your house looks fantastic!

    A paint sprayer would be helpful for our bi fold doors.

    Melanie and Greg

  45. Your house looks great! I would love the sprayer to freshen up all my summer wicker furniture.
    Looking forward to your Mother’s Day post!

  46. Patti Wilson says:

    My wooden fence needs painting and I’m thinking a paint sprayer will do just the trick!

  47. Spraying the lattice finishes the look perfectly! I’m in the process of fixing up my backyard and could sure use all the help I could get!
    That Homeright sprayer looks “just right”!
    Great Job Rhoda!

  48. The house is looking great! I have a large deck that I would love to paint but have ignored because of the labor involved. This sprayer would do the job! Thanks for the giveaway!

  49. I would use the sprayer to put a fresh coat of paint on my interior doors.

  50. I would paint my outdoor bed and my privacy panels with this if I had it.

  51. Our house exterior needs painting. Would love to use this.

  52. Linda Southworth says:

    I could use the Homeright paint sprayer for an outdoor furniture refresh. And then look out!

  53. Loved seeing you master the sprayer! Instills confidence to give it a try!
    Your exterior is coming along nicely!

  54. I would paint my interior doors and outdoor furniture. Thanks for the giveaway!

  55. Patricia says:

    I would love to paint my patio. This would make that job so much easier. Thank you for the chance to win.

  56. I have 3 wicker chairs that need painting and having this spray painter would be so much easier than using spray cans…..Thanks for the give away.

  57. Thanks Rhoda for such a great blog! I would paint my outdoor patio furniture in a flash!!!!

  58. Barbara Hunnicutt Moore says:

    Oooo! I’ve had trouble finding the perfect blue to spray paint some things for my back porch. The sprayer would sure fix that problem! Your house looks SO good, Rhoda! Can’t wait to see the landscape go in. You must be over the moon!

  59. We’re about to do a whole kitchen remodel and sure could use this for the walls, ceilings, cabinets, etc. Your house is looking great!

  60. Susanne Hefner says:

    I have a deck that needs to be painted. Wow what a wonderful giveaway. Thank you!!!

  61. Katie Blankenship says:

    We’re planning on buying a home within the next year and I just know that this sprayer will come in handy when turning that house into a home that shows our tastes.

  62. I would definitely like to use it on some furniture. I think it would be just what I need for a wicker chest I need to paint. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  63. Have always wanted to try a paint sprayer. I have an old bedroom furniture set that is crying for a makeover.

  64. I would paint a fence to begin with…then other furniture projects!

  65. Catherine says:

    Oh boy! I could really use a sprayer about now! I am about to repaint all my outdoor furniture. And there’s a lot of it. After scrubbing any rust with steel wool I’ll need to prime and paint. Going to be a big job! Fingers crossed for a sprayer!!!

  66. I have some wicker furniture I’d love to freshen up.

  67. I have outdoor chairs that need painting. This would be wonderful.

  68. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to win the sprayer. There are lots of painting projects around here.

  69. Jean from Georgia says:

    First and foremost – your home looks so pretty, love the cover over your basement door and the screened porch looks soooo inviting. You looked like a pro using your new paint sprayer, and I look forward to winning so that I can spray, spray, spray. Each spring I purchase a dozen or more cans to spray my patio furniture , and would love to get all my interior doors sprayed.

    Looking forward to seeing your new landscaping.

  70. It’s time to start thinking about painting our outside so this would be a welcomed win:) Thank you! Your house looks better with every post you do…congratulations!

  71. Nice job! I’d love a sprayer for our fence. It needs to be replaced and I do not want to hand roll out each picket – YIKES!

  72. Charlotte says:

    My husband and I are about to tackle painting our screen porch…..the sprayer would be a life-saver…Love the color of your house…..it looks so pretty.

  73. My front porch! Thanks for the giveaway.

  74. I think this spray painter may be great due to my arthritis. Thanks for the opportunity to win this.

  75. The rails on my deck. Thanks for posting this.

  76. I would paint my bathroom!

  77. Michelle L says:

    My big project for the summer is to paint the ceiling and all the walls in the great room. Since it’s one open space everything flow into one another kitchen, dining, living room, foyer, down to the basement, hall, etc. A paint sprayer would make the job much easier!

  78. I would paint my fence. Thanks for a great give away.

  79. Looks good Rhoda!

  80. Patricia Mason says:

    As “mama June” would say – It looks beautymous ! I would love a sprayer to paint my deck my lattice, my interior doors, the list is endless….. !

  81. Would love to win

  82. I have a decorative shutter that needs to be painted. The paint sprayer will do the trick!

  83. Deb Young says:

    Definitely the lattice around my back porch/deck!

  84. Angela P says:

    Quick question. Do you have to have an air compressor to use this sprayer and if so what size? I don’t own one, one reason I haven’t purchased a paint sprayer yet. Thanks!

  85. Tardevil says:

    Looks great & so much easier than using a brush! Can’t wait to see when you get some landscaping done. (front & back)

  86. That looks great…and easy! I would use the sprayer to paint all of my louvred closed doors.

  87. I have quite a few doors that need to be painted. A paint sprayer would be ideal for the job!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  88. There is a chain link fence that separates my home’s yard from a playground/schoolyard. I’d love to put up some lattice for some privacy, and to use the sprayer to paint the lattice white! I’d love not to have to look at the school behind my house.

  89. Melinda Mehaffy says:

    I have a lattice project that is probably twice as big as yours and have been putting it off. This would make that job sooooo much easier!!!

  90. Old doors!

  91. I would love to put up a new fence in my yard and this would making painting it so much faster!!!

  92. I would paint our dining room table, I’ve been wanting to do that but dread the thought of doing it all by hand with a brush/roller.

  93. Would love to give this a try !

  94. My front porch has been primed for almost 3 years … this would finish the job!

  95. We need to paint our sidewalk and front porch! In this heat, we need something to help us get ‘er done…FAST!

  96. ellen casper says:

    I would paint 160 ft of privacy fence in my backyard.

  97. Moving across country … could use this a lot in the newly-purchased house.

  98. What a great way to make a tedious job short. I would love to win one of these. I have many projects that could use this.

  99. Great job…Would love to try it on furniture.

  100. This sprayer would be heaven sent! Love your quick tutorial. We recently purchased our first home, and are doing everything on a budget, and trying to make small improvements to brighten the place. I would love to use a sprayer like this to restain the fence. Im also working on painting ALL the trim in the house (doors too). The house has stained trim which is making it look too dated. I am trying to brighten it up with a crisp white, and this little beauty would save so much time with redoing the doors! Not to mention how many other projects it would probably get used for in the course of updating our new home 🙂

  101. I would paint a dresser that I am redoing.

  102. I love those sprayers… We used a similar one when we painted our house but ended up dropping it off the ladder, doh!

  103. I would love to win the sprayer!! I have so many things I could use it on!

  104. stephanie says:

    I have a LAUNDRY list of things I’d spray! Kitchen cabinet doors, my own lattice, dressers, wooden rockers outside… Would be amazing to win this! Thanks 🙂

  105. I hate painting, it is tedious, but this made it look super easy and not so bad!

    I have a back porch I am going to share with you and see if you can give me some ideas on what to do with the floor of it… You are a genius!!

  106. Candy Thayer says:

    It looks sooo much easier than the roller method. Have several paint projects, so would love to try the sprayer.

  107. We are replacing and painting lattice behind our pool and this sprayer would help get the job done!

  108. Janet Watts says:

    I would paint exactly what you did, the lattice on our deck.

  109. I would paint baseboard and quarter-round before I install it in my bedroom, outdoor furniture, my headboard and a chest that sitting in my garage – waiting, and my deck railing. Then I would stain my deck. Maybe I could get some lattice installed under it and I could stain that, too.

  110. I would love to try the paint sprayer on my metal headboard and footboard! I’ve really been putting off painting them because I knew how difficult it would be.

  111. Your house looks amazing! Love seeing before and after pics. I would use a spray painter on the lattice under my screened porch too! It needs a refresh coat after several years.

  112. april widdis says:

    Would love this to paint my kitchen cabinets. The thermoforming is peeling and I would love to have a smooth finish without the expense of replacing.

  113. Shauna Godfrey says:

    I need to paint my fence and I have a buffet & table from my grandmother that needs a new paint job

  114. I have several things that I would love to spray paint, and first up would be my shutters that are destined for a project. I tried hand painting them, but they look horrid! Thanks for the chance to win this sprayer!

  115. Have a lot of shutters to paint. This would make my job a lot easier

  116. Mona Pridemore says:

    We’re renovating my parents home with limited time to work on it – this would make the painting projects so much easier!!! Thanks for a great give-away!!!

  117. You make painting look easy. Thank you for the giveaway.

  118. I would love to paint all our interior doors and the bare concrete of our basement on the outside of the house.

  119. Cheryl Brockman says:

    Getting ready to put up lattice on front porch and around our patio building. This would be a wonderful help.

  120. I would paint my boys beds! I have been working on re-doing their room. Went out to spray their beds this past weekend to find that our paint sprayer doesn’t work anymore….boo. We’ll get there though, eventually! 🙂

  121. I have been collecting different furniture/home decor pieces from yard sales/consignment shops to clean up/repair/paint and this paint sprayer is just what I was planning on getting to do the painting part of my projects!!!

  122. Kim Johnson says:

    I have a deck that needs repainting badly!

    Kim J

  123. I need to paint the whole house interior!

  124. Heather Kimber says:

    I would stain my fence!

  125. The things I would spray are endless. I would start with my patio furniture:)

  126. Have deck rails that must be sprayed. Your project looks great!

  127. I have 4 wicker chairs & a wicker bench that need updating badly. Yard furniture in good shape but it needs COLOR! Would love to try that sprayer out on it.

  128. kendrella says:


  129. I have been dying to get a sprayer. I have so many project around the house that I want to try it on. I hope to paint a old dresser that I received. It’s really scratched up so I need to sand it down and then want to paint it white!

  130. I’d paint Furniture!

  131. Michelle says:

    My daughter just bought her first house and the homeright sprayer would be a blessing for tackling the many projects an older home brings – walls, shudders, deck, furniture…. Your own adventures have been an inspiration!

  132. So many things to paint! Would love a sprayer!!!

  133. Wow! Your home is looking more beautiful with each post. 🙂

  134. We are just buying a new house that will need some… personalization. That sprayer would be so helpful when I’m getting new trim and probably painting cupboards. Thanks!

  135. Michelle Wright says:

    My outside furniture needs a paint job.

  136. I would paint all the wood trim in my house a nice bright white!

  137. Jana Hatton says:

    I have a metal lattice-work patio table and matching chairs that need sprucing up. Sounds like just the thing to do it!!

  138. I have some porch rockers that need a new paint job! This would be such a time saver!

  139. I need to paint the outside of my house & this would make it so much easier!!

  140. Stacy Roy says:

    I would more than likely have everything around my house painted… 🙂

  141. We are in the process of building on a screened porch to our home…I will have lots a little spindles to paint. Could use this sprayer.

  142. I would repaint some wicker furniture…

  143. I would paint our bedroom ceiling!

  144. I am getting ready to do my daughters room and redo her night stands.

  145. I could really use this as I am about to start painting my kitchen cabinets! Thanks for the opportunity!

  146. I’m always painting something. I have an antique dressing table which needs paint. I think it might be too far gone to restore and stain. I also am building my own bed, which I will need to paint. And I have a couple of dressers in the queue.

  147. Jennifer Jackson says:

    I would love a sprayer. I too have a lattice that needs some love.

  148. That sprayer would be wonderful to have when I start painting my kitchen cabinets!

  149. Stacey O. says:

    Oh my gosh. I have so many projects I’m working on that would go so much faster with one of those babies. I picked up some vintage french styled furniture for my 4 y/o’s room, a kitchen table and 6 chairs and an antique buffet that I am working on and repainting/staining. I would so love one of these paint sprayers! 🙂

  150. I have a couple of tables I would like to paint and re paint my kitchen too.

  151. That is a handy dandy tool!! Would love to have one : ))

  152. I would use it on a fence>

  153. Katrina J. says:

    I would spray paint my kitchen. We just moved in and the white kitchen is not so white!

  154. I need to paint my fence and the interior needs to be done one of these days!


  156. Guerrina says:

    I love the finished gray! Very classy! I would love to spray paint my kitchen cabinets!

  157. Angie J. says:

    I would paint my wicker furniture!

  158. I need to paint the outside of my house and it would be so much easier with this!!

  159. I am getting ready to tackle our front porch, it’s 35 feet long, 5 feet deep and there are railings with about 100 spindles that will need painting. Suddenly that paint brush is looking a lot less exciting…

  160. We were just looking at paint sprayers this weekend. We are going to paint our deck and we hope to be able to use a sprayer. Thanks for the chance to win.

  161. This would be wonderful to spray our lattice work with.

  162. Could you tell me what color you used on your lattice?

  163. I would paint my kitchen table

  164. Nancy Mullins says:

    plenty of painting needed here!

  165. I have scraping and painting a popcorn ceiling on my list of this to do. I have been considering a paint sprayer for the kitchen remodel.

  166. Lynda Lamon says:

    Thanks for the chance to win the sprayer! I would paint the brick on my home and kitchen cabinets. Also, haven’t been receiving your email posts for several weeks now. Thanks!

  167. Dianna Flowers says:

    I’ve very recently had foot surgery and in miserable pain however I am looking forward to July (when I can walk again). I will spread my wings and fly and do some projects that really need to be done around our home and this of course would make it even easier to accomplish. Thank you for the opportunity.

  168. Man oh man could we use this handy sprayer, we have a fence that needs to be stained and this would really save the day!!
    Great giveaway! Thanks!

  169. Heather S says:

    I would paint my interior doors!

  170. This would be perfect for spraying our shutters! We’re about to change the color and a sprayer like this would make it so much easier! Thanks for the opportunity!

  171. I’d paint our deck!

  172. Lindsay James says:

    I’d like to put up board and batten and some beadboard in our house and keep thinking that spraying the wood and beadboard with white paint before I do this will help to speed up the process a lot!

  173. Carole Christman Beseler says:

    I have a huge wrap-around deck at my pool. Each and every spindle needs to be stained and this would be THE perfect way to stain them!!! Let alone staining my entire deck, rails, framing…yeah, I could really get some use out of a sprayer!!!!

    Here’s hoping…..

  174. So cool! I would paint my fence!

  175. Gina Liston-Forrester says:

    I have a beautiful claw foot table that needs some TLC paint! I’m a bit torn between a gray wash finish or painting it white with a dark stained top. Decision, decisions!!!

  176. Great job! Would love the power sprayer! We have lots of projects where that would come in handy!

  177. I would love to try this type os paint sprayer on some wicker furniture for the patio.

  178. I would use this for our daughters playhouse! Would love to win!

  179. hi, wow the difference in the pics are amazing, i would love to win this to spray paint our shop, it’s a job we keep putting off but with a sprayer it would be faster & easier. thanks for the chance to win!

  180. Kristin C. says:

    I have bunk beds and some chairs. I am ready for a sprayer!!

    Thank you!!

  181. I need to paint an old wicker trunk to put on my back patio for the grandchildren’s outdoor toys. That would help bring some order to the back yard chaos.

  182. Melanie L. says:

    Wow…could this ever inspire me to do a job that I’ve put off doing for two summers!!! My painted cement patio needs repainted so badly, but just didn’t want to tackle the huge job. What a difference this would make for inspiration!!!

  183. Victoria says:

    Gosh I would love that sprayer there are so many projects I could do with it! Chairs, buffet and I too have lattice to hid the inner workings of my back porch. Thanks for the give-away!

  184. Gail McMurray says:

    I would pain the ugly shed in the back yard.

  185. I have two chairs that are just waiting to be painted. I would gussy them up and make them the beauties that are meant to be!

  186. Michele Milakovich says:

    I would start out painting my garage. Then do my patio railings, etc.

  187. Fences, furniture, walls, you name it!

  188. Not only is this something I want, it’s something I need. So much to paint, it’s overwhelming. Thanks for the chance. CTD

  189. This would be perfect for when I tackle my kitchen cabinets. Again!

    🙂 Linda

  190. Hannah H says:

    I would paint my kitchen cabinets!

  191. I would stain my back deck!

  192. Michelle W. says:

    We have a privacy fence in our backyard that so needs to be painted! I know that I can’t even attempt a project like this without a paint sprayer. Thanks for this fabulous oppty! ;-D

  193. Shelia B. says:

    Oh how I would love this. I have a log home that has to be re-stained every 3-5 years. Do you know how much easier the process would be if i had this….

  194. Holly from OK says:

    Lots of outdoor chairs need a new coat of paint!

  195. phyllis henry says:

    I’d love to paint our deck box to start with…many more projects in mind, though

  196. This sprayer sounds nice.I could try it on my old tea cart..

  197. I would paint a bedroom set I just picked up for my daughter

  198. Your house looks wonderful. I have a small amount of lattice and some outdoor furniture I would love to spray paint.

  199. I would use it to paint my kitchen cupboards. After that I’m sure I could find all kinds of things to paint 🙂

  200. oooooooh,pick me pick me pick meeeee! The next project on my list is…. LATTICE! This sprayer would be so wonderful! Thanks as always for the opportunity!

  201. Would love have for spraying furniture!

  202. I would use this sprayer to paint my daughters room and some various other projects I have planned around the house.

  203. I would love to win one of these handy painters! I would use it to spray my wooden outdoor swing and my wooden fence. 🙂

  204. Cindy Stewart says:

    diy outdoor projects i want to do

  205. Dameon Schirer says:

    I need to spray both my front and back fences. This would come in so handy. I started painting my front one and gave up because do how time consuming it was using a roller brush.

  206. Debbie w says:

    I have 2 sets of wrought iron furniture to paint….I need it! Love the colors on your house!

  207. Sherri Howell says:

    I would FIRST use this to paint the iron fence around our pool area. Then on to the garage doors. Then I would move to the inside of the house. Thanks!

  208. Kathi Spence says:

    I would start off with my front door, then on to the back door. Plenty of DYI projects around here. Thanks for the chance.

  209. I have huge deck I am dying to stain

  210. I would love to try this on a few pieces of furniture I want to paint. I don’t like brushstrokes and this would prevent them. 🙂

  211. Kim Herman says:

    I have a fence that is in need of a new coat of stain and would love to be able to spray it!!!

  212. We just bought a house. Wanting to revamp some furniture. It will come in handy for even spraying. Thank you.

  213. Brigitte Terry says:

    All I can say is “WOW”! Your home is looking Amazing! I have followed your journey since your B’ham days and you have made a Georgia house your home. I would love to use this sprayer to coat my garage interior white from top to bottom. Then I could use the sprayer to update used furniture, cabinets and even paint my wooden ladder collection!

  214. I’ve got a bunch of projects waiting for me to paint them – this would make the job go much faster!

  215. Doris Henson says:

    Your lattice looks so good…blends in perfectly with the rest of your home’s exterior. 🙂 I’ve wanted one of the HomeRight sprayers for so long… summer is getting near…and that is the time I’m dreaming of painting all the furniture I have in my home. I’ve got my fingers crossed. Thanks for the chance to win this.

  216. I would use a sprayer to stain the deck and to paint the front door. Actually the whole inside and out needs to be painted. Good choice to have the lattice the color of the house, it blends in nicely.

  217. Pamela H. says:

    great givaeway — would try it on bookcases and my house …

  218. Pat Ledford says:

    I have painted all day on a rental property for my Mom, this Homeright sprayer would have been great. I still have siding to paint, so that is my next painting project.

  219. I have some lattice that needs painting, too!

  220. I have a front entry table that I’m trying to paint and lets just say I’m not that good with spray paint.

  221. I have several indoor & outdoor projects to do this Summer. Would love to win the sprayer to help complete them. Love the color of your home and looking to see what Carmen has planned for your landscaping.

  222. House looks amazing! I need to invest in one of those.

  223. I love following you on your home remodeling journey & sharing your life with us! I could sure use that sprayer really soon. I rescued two wicker chairs that need a good coat of paint. The sprayer would make short order of that task!!

  224. Sue DeChant says:

    I’ve been giving some thought to painting the exterior of my house and this sprayer would help make that a doable task!

  225. would use the sprayer to do our front porch.

  226. cathy johnson says:

    What a great give a way! I would first paint my deck and then my front door!

  227. I have many projects that I would use this sprayer on but I would start with the shed.

  228. Elizabeth H says:

    A great job. I have lots of furniture pieces that spraying would be perfect and a time saver. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  229. I’m in the middle of painting inside & out so …where to start! I’d love to win.

  230. I would love it for all types of painting needs! Love your blog!

  231. Mary Beth says:

    Fencing! job would be finished in a flash!

  232. Deborah Caudill says:

    I would paint several rooms in my house, as well as some furniture and a wooden bench on my back yard patio.

  233. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I would paint my deck and my lawn furniture that has been neglected for a few years now.

  234. What a generous giveaway! I have quite a few things to paint this spring and this sure would come in handy.

  235. Julie Marrone says:

    I would use this sprayer to paint my garage, front porch and deck. Long over due projects. I have been inspired by your post and beautiful work. Thank you!

  236. Bookshelves & dressers!

  237. Rory Reding says:

    I would love this paint sprayer as I am moving into a fixer upper home and have ALOT of painting ahead of me! Awesome product!

  238. I would love to be able to use it on my deck.

  239. I would paint my old aluminum siding!

  240. DanielleD says:

    Your house looks fab! I would useit for the same- our lattice under our deck & I also want to paint our front porch.

  241. Trim before we install it!

  242. I would paint my little brick house with this sprayer. Dying to repaint my red brick home with white.

  243. We’ll be tackling the outside of our house this year which for which we plan to use a sprayer. This one would be lovely. Jo @ let’s Face the Music

  244. paintergal says:

    Hi Rhoda! Looks like a great weekend! I could use this sprayer for SO many things.
    We do need to paint the slate tiles on the exterior of our house. I think this would be very useful!

  245. I’ve got a big project to do this summer. Would love to use a sprayer!

  246. beverly e says:

    I would paint my back yard fence panels… a job I’ve been putting off for several years!

  247. Paint my shed!

  248. Sarah K. says:

    The first thing I would paint is the fence on our property line. It’s ugly right now!

  249. I would paint a few furniture piece that are on my to do list.

  250. I would paint some pieces of furniture that are hanging out in my garage begging to be worked on

  251. Jen Snell says:

    What wouldn’t I use this sprayer on? THAT is the real question? I’ve been in my home for 3 years next month and I need to paint (or repaint) every room in the house. Along with my kitchen cabinets… I’m working with mauve (puke) countertops here. I’d also like to paint a bathroom vanity, inspired by Miss Rhoda’s bathroom makeover. You think I’m done?!? Not yet! I also have an the unfinished interior to my garage, the exterior of two small outbuildings (one in which my husband already graciously scrapped for me in effort to get me to paint it), an existing deck that needs to be stained and our new pool deck that’s going up in about 2-3 weeks. That is a lot of painting and staining that needs to be done! Add in that I have 3 young kiddos, work full-time, and start summer classes on June 4th. This sprayer sure would be handy for all these projects!!

  252. Jill waters says:

    Would love to have this tool for painting furniture!

  253. Ashleigh hall says:

    I would paint our outside planters! So not fun to do with a brush!

  254. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I have two end tables that I’d love to spray!

  255. Sents Saver says:

    I’d paint my doors & shutters!!!

  256. Debra Burton says:

    My deck needs stained and this sprayer would get the job done quickly!!

  257. I’d use it to paint our doors!

  258. Rosie from Raymore says:

    I have a bedroom chest that’s waiting for a coat of paint. In fact, I already have new pulls for the drawers just dying to be put on!

  259. I would love to use it on the outbuildings at the cottage as well as some furniture (both indoors and outdoors).

  260. Courtney Mary says:

    We just bought a house and I have LOTS of DIY projects that I can’t wait to tackle. This would really come in handy!

  261. Charlotte says:

    I would love to use this on some furniture pieces!

  262. Thanks for the giveaway, Rhoda! My house (including lattice!) needs to be painted.

  263. WOW! What I couldn’t do with that sprayer!!

  264. a dresser that I am redoing

  265. Rosalind says:

    Your home is looking great. It has come a long way since you first bought it. The paint sprayer looks really easy to handle.

  266. I have a rather large piece of lattice that I hung up to create a privacy wall from the neighbors bathroom window. Since it’s just the wood lattice I’d love to paint it teal for a pop of color on my patio!

  267. We have outdoor furniture that needs painting.

  268. I’d gift it to my parents so they can repaint their mobile home. 🙂

  269. I would use this to paint all the dark knotty pine in my upstairs hall. You can never see up there but painting all those groves would be a chore! Hope I’m lucky this go round!

  270. Rhoda, the lattice looks great! I’m glad you went with a color that blended with your new siding color! I’m getting ready to stain our potting bench in our garden. I do not relish hand brushing it on so a sprayer like this would be perfect!

  271. I’ve been wanting a sprayer forever! Just wasn’t sure which one to buy. I would paint a piece of furniture with lots of little cubbyholes where your paintbrushes won’t fit.

  272. I would paint my bedroom first then my bathroom… And the front door and so much more……

  273. my friend, saundra and i are working on another friends home. we are both beginner diyers.. this would be better than anything i can imagine.. and we could cover those 30 y/o nicotine covered walls in a flash.

  274. PeggyAnn says:

    Your house looks great! I have several wicker chairs to paint, the sprayer would make the job easier.

  275. I love to buy thrift store furniture and repaint it. This would make the painting process so much easier!

  276. Looking good!

  277. kaye newman says:

    I would first paint my bedroom. Then my bathrooms and my son’s room.

  278. I would love this very compact and useful paint sprayer! I have several doors I would like to paint without leaving all of those brush marks. Thanks for sharing your experience, Rhoda!

  279. Florencia Lewin Cleburn says:

    I would paint the front porch, the fence and a couple of outdoors pieces of furniture

  280. I would spray all the Adirondack chairs I picked up on Craigslist last weekend for $5 each!!

  281. I have some oriental windows that I would love to paint; and it is definitely a job for a sprayer! The graphic design is very detailed and too much to hand paint on three of them. Thanks for the chance to win this sprayer! Have heard good things about it.

  282. I would use it on the projects I have in queue…the kitchen island, deck, porch, pallet planters, shelves, accent wall in living room, windmill…all of which are patiently waiting until I get around to them with a paint brush or spray can, and looking tired or unfinished while they wait. What short work the sprayer would make of them!!

  283. Exterior painting is on my list of to do’s in the very near future.

  284. TracieMcOB says:

    I would paint my patio cover/pergola – I keep putting it off because I know it will be a bear! the house looks great btw!! Thank you

  285. Oh I know EXACTLY where I would use this:). We are finishing our basement AND we have a fence that needs to be re-painted…oh and I would love to paint my 2 porch ceilings in a pretty blue…got any suggestions?:)

  286. tracy haar says:

    I would paint my fence.

  287. Jill Silberman says:

    I am looking to paint some fables and other furniture.

  288. Tiffany McLeod says:

    Everything! I would paint everything if I had one of these!

  289. I have a garden shed to stain, that we built last summer, and this would make it go so much faster!

  290. Monica Tiesinga says:

    My HOUSE! And all doors in house:) to START:)

  291. My whole house!

  292. Jeannie Buechele says:

    I would tackle my 20 year old kitchen cabinets..I want to paint them a nice cream color with a dark washed finish. 🙂

  293. I have a Whole Room of Furniture to be painted, and this would be perfect!!

    Thanks, Nancy

  294. I need to stain my gazebo.

  295. Benjamin Gardner says:

    I built my own furniture abd most pieces remain unpainted because i hate using a paint brush. The paint sprayer would help me out tremendously.

  296. This would be lovely for painting furniture!

  297. Renee Smason says:

    I have about 10 decorative baskets that go on shelves in my family room like I’d like to change the color of.

  298. Alli Lee says:

    I am getting ready to paint my kitchen cabinets! This would defiantly help!

  299. My basement!

  300. This would be perfect for my deck!

  301. Becky Richied says:

    I would paint my livingroom and diningrooms, they are next on my list and this would make things way less difficult.

  302. I’ve got an entire house to paint plus the furniture to go inside! A sprayer would save me LOTS of head/heart ache along the way! Porch looks great, Rhoda!

  303. Hey, I love this lattice. I want to put it around the back of our house on hinges so I can lift it up and use the area for storage. I thought I could use screen door hooks and eyes to hold the lattice out of the way when needed. Our house is white and I actually want to use plastic lattice cause it’s plastic and requires so little upkeep but it looks … so plastic. Trolling the internet for aging plastic fencing and lattice is not yielding any results. People seem to like that bright white look. Need to decide. Summer is here!!!

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