Lawn Furniture Staining or Painting Tips from HomeRight

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 - 08:08 by HomeRight | Comments

Exterior House Elements: Lawn Furniture Staining Tips

Wood lawn furniture or wicker furniture needs to be properly maintained and sealed in order to last for years to come. Using a HomeRight CommandMax HVLP Sprayer can give new life to old furniture or maintain furniture to last a long time.

Here is a Materials List of what you will need to complete a project similar to this:


Swab That Deck, Sailor! by Giz Wiz

Sunday, July 8, 2012 - 00:00 by HomeRight | Comments

As posted by Giz Wiz on July 8, 2012

At the National Hardware Show I got an introduction to the Deck Washer Flow-Through Brush. The two-in-one...

Get Helpful Paint Color Tips from HomeRight Experts

Friday, May 18, 2012 - 16:45 by laura clark | Comments

Choosing Interior Paint Color

Paint color is typically an aesthetic, personal preference and can affect your mood and the general “feel” of a room. Sometimes though, choosing the right paint color for a room or home can be a complex process. Here’s a handy guide to consider when selecting the perfect paint color for a project.

1. Start by looking at the room and considering the natural light and artificial light that will be in the room. Also consider the color of the floor, woodwork and window coverings.


Deck-Pro 2 Gallon Tank Sprayer

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 - 21:05 by HomeRight | Comments

Do you dread putting a fresh coat of stain on your deck boards each year? You’re not alone as most homeowners do. However, they understand that by putting a fresh coat of sealant on the deck boards, the life of the deck can potentially be extended years, saving them valuable time and money. Weather elements like rain and snow affect the wood by breaking down its properties, causing them to deteriorate over time. If you’re like most homeowners, it’s important to stretch the life of their decks as long as possible.

HomeRight has a...

PaintStick EZ-Twist review

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 16:22 by HomeRight | Comments

173 Our Old House Blog provides an unsolicited review on the HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist purchased from Lowe's posts tutioral videos on CommandMax HVLP

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 16:14 by HomeRight | Comments

Gail's post today brings reader on a step by step video guide on how to prepare a CommandMax HVLP for spraying, including thinning paint, complete with how to clean up the sprayer when done spraying.

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To view the CommandMax...

Lovely Crafty Home Reviews HomeRight CommandMax

Monday, April 2, 2012 - 21:07 by HomeRight | Comments

Interested in learning what Racheal from Lovely Crafty Home had to say about using the HomeRight CommandMax on her hutch, check out her post...

Do You Need a Heat Gun? Review by Lee Wallender on

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 21:29 by HomeRight | Comments


Find out about the many uses that Lee Wallender suggests for the HomeRight Hot Air Tools. Lee takes a close look at our hot air tool product line and make recommendations for uses and models for the novice to the serious DIYer. Thank you Lee for the positive review on the HomeRight Heat Pro Deluxe II. To read more of what Lee Wallender has to say about the...

The Polka Dot Closet Reviews HomeRight CommandMax HVLP

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 21:17 by HomeRight | Comments

HomeRight appreciates when bloggers find our products on their own and have a positive experience using the them. That is just what happened with Carol from The Polka Dot Closet Blog. She wrote a post where she reviewed the HomeRight CommandMax HVLP. It is even better when the review is as positive as Carol's review was. Thank you for the unsolicited review of our CommandMax HVLP sprayer...

Valley Bugler mentions StainStick in their Dealing Out Some Deck Basics Article

Friday, March 2, 2012 - 15:10 by HomeRight | Comments

HomeRight StainStick

Dealing out some deck basics : Valley Bugler Newspaper – Longview, WA Odd as this advice might seem, if you’re building a new deck this summer, remember that you should not stain it until next year. Why? Because once it’s in place the wood needs to go through a sort of...