Spray Shelter where have you been all my life? I do not have a workshop. I don't even have a garage that I can work in since ours is a small detached one which is really a glorified shed. So my driveway is where I do most of my building and painting. Have you ever tried to paint when it was windy or even just breezy? Not only does the paint get everywhere BUT what you are trying to paint, but the wind blows grass, dust, leaves, and bugs onto the wet paint. I end up sanding it and repainting. Enter my new BFF...
It is super easy to put up. My friend Gail has a video showing how if you are a visual learner. But really you just have to remember that the poles need to cross. Front pole goes in the back pin and back pole goes in the front pin. You can have it ready to go in 5 minutes!
Be careful though. Your kids might be tempted to steal it. I have to agree that it is a great place to have a PB&J with your friends on a hot summer day. I may need a second one to take to the lake!
It is large enough for me to use it for large pieces of furniture and even doors. I had a large mirror that needed to painted gold and as much as I love mixing metal finishes in home decor, my silver van really needed to stay silver ;)
Look at that! No bugs or pieces of grass in sight.
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