I used the spray twirly for the first time and it did pretty well.
My only issues are that:
1. It’s a little wobbly/flimsy
2. You have to be careful when you place items and make sure they’re balanced properly
3. It’s a little bit expensive for what it is. For $150, they could have at least thrown in a carrying case...
I love it, makes painting cabinets doors so much easier. Thanks a bunch for inventing this!!!! Life saver for me!
I love using the Spray twirly , I spray cabinets often and this product makes it so much easier . A couple of things ....I did build a wood box wider and about 8 inches high to put my stand on for the correct height , second I find that wrapping small grocery store bags on the “arms” covers perfectly and then I just toss them in the garbage .
Well worth buying !
First I want to say it is a really simple design. My brother and I are not tall so it works for our height. It would be nice to adjust height if we wanted it to. We first saw this fixture and were going to build one of these, then we looked at the price and at a $120 a shop hour I could not justify building one. The painters triangles are useless in our opinion. The rubber on the three adjustable points is perfect. We only spray one side at a time and let dry long enough to not mar the other side. We spray Gemini water born products. We don’t use paper with this fixture.
It's okay, but not worth the buck-eighty it cost after S&H. At first all the magnets on back of the stands were off, probably from shipping or bad glue, so I super glued them back on, than after using and how hard it was to adjust the stands I took the magnets back off. The stands work fine with out paper over the edge of the supports, but are not wide enough with paper on like they suggest. It kind of wobbles when it rotates, but it does make painting cabinet doors easier. My home made lazy susan stand worked as well but was much heavier.