If you don't have a garage, use a Wagner Studio Spray Tent to contain all of your paint overspray and keep your workspace tidy when using spray cans.

Spray Paint Without a Garage or Workspace | Wagner Projects

Use a Wagner Studio Spray Tent to contain all of your paint overspray and keep your workspace tidy.

DIFFICULTY: Easy

Overview

We unfortunately don’t have a garage in our house, but we LOVE spray painting things because it’s budget friendly and can change the look of something so much. I want to share with you today my favorite Wagner tool for setting up a place to spray paint outside!

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Spraying without a garage?

Recently, we completed a sweet little playhouse makeover for our daughter and she LOVED IT. I love it too, but I love it even more because of how easy it was. Previously, we had to spray paint everything outside and either find a random box or just spray paint it on the grass and wait for it to rain to wash it off. Which is fine in the south because it seems to rain nearly every afternoon in the summer, but before that happened, I just thought it looked kind of trashy and undesirable.

If you don't have a garage, use a Wagner Studio Spray Tent to contain all of your paint overspray and keep your workspace tidy when using spray cans.
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No problem with the Wagner Paint Spray Tent

Enter this sweet Wagner Paint Spray Tent! This guy is perfect for small and even some larger projects! Not only is it super easy to set up, but it’s roomy enough to be able to stand up and walk around in it. Even for my 6’4” tall husband! It stakes right into the ground just like any regular camping tent would and I can attest to the fact that it is SUPER sturdy. The tent has already been rained on and had incredibly strong winds come through and it didn’t budge. SCORE!

If you don't have a garage, use a Wagner Studio Spray Tent to contain all of your paint overspray and keep your workspace tidy when using spray cans.
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Versatile and compact

Since we don’t have a garage, storage is very important to us. While we did take our closet under the stairs and create an entire tool organization space for us, we have a lot of things to fit in there so we have to get real creative in this space. The great news is that this giant tent can compact itself back down into this little bag which is great for storing when it’s not in use and I don’t have to worry about where to fit this thing. It just slides right in the bottom of the tool closet.

Whether your spray paint project is large or small, this is the tool for you! We love ours!

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If you don't have a garage, use a Wagner Studio Spray Tent to contain all of your paint overspray and keep your workspace tidy when using spray cans.
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