Today I’m showing you the HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer because I get asked about paint sprayers– a lot! I’ve written a post about paint sprayers including the large capacity airless sprayer I purchased to paint my library wainscoting. I love the finish I get with my sprayer but it’s a large capacity sprayer with a long hose and is not a great choice for small projects because the hose eats up like a quart of paint before it even reaches the sprayer.
So I generally end up painting small projects by hand. Sometimes painting small projects by hand is a pain, especially when there are spindles and crevices and nooks and crannies to get into. Additionally, achieving a perfectly smooth finish with a brush and roller can be difficult to master so having a second sprayer for small projects has been on my list for a while. Now I have the HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer as another option for small paint jobs.
HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer
I used the FinishMax to paint the floating shelves I built for my kitchen and couldn’t believe how easy it was to use and how perfect the finish was with so little effort on my part.
There is only one adjustment knob to worry about and that allows you to control the amount of material flow. Lot’s of HVLP sprayers are so hard to use because you have to adjust the material flow and then the air pressure and then the material and the air… constant tug of war trying to get it just right. NOT this one — LOVE THAT!
The key is to follow the instruction manual’s viscosity chart and make sure the material you are using is thinned down properly. Simply run your paint through a little funnel that is provided and time how long it takes for it to run out. EASY. Then fill your cup and test your technique on some scrap wood before you dive into your project.
I actually tried this sprayer out a couple years ago and was not able to get a good finish but I was having issues with my paint and couldn’t make a judgment on the sprayer until I had given it another try. This time I made sure to thin my paint properly, mix it well and strain it before adding it to the cup. So my conclusion on my first trial with the HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer is that is was user error. What can I say?
Disclosure: I received this product free of charge to try out with NO obligation or compensation to share my experience with you. You know how particular I am about sharing products — and I give the FinishMax two thumbs up and wanted to share that with you. All words and opinions expressed in this post are all my own.