The spray rack and dry rack system work great, and we look forward to using this on all of our kitchen cabinet spray outs. Great purchase for sure! This made the process much easier and more organized. For some reason I can’t get any of the screws to tighten into the poles to hold it in place, but it could be user error.
Absolutely worth the money, saved us 2 days on the job! Love the design and only takes a few doors to get the hang of using it. Customer loved the set up and I've received a bunch of compliments from other painters after posting some pictures as to how professional it looked. Thanks again and will definitely recommend this to everyone!
Recently used the Pro Drying Rack SD and was very impressed with how easy it is to use. My customers was very impressed as well. The only issue I had while spraying was the cabinet doors would swing back and forward due to pressure from paint spray. I used the hangers that came with it along with the Wave hangers. Would also be nice to have storage bags for the Wave hangers and hooks
I been efficient with my cabinets doors until now bought 2 sets and probably will get more.
I bought 2 sets of hangers and 1 set of the rack, i didn't use kitchen cabinet doors but i used it for 52 storm windows including glass and all railing posts for a big railing, it was little heavy and it got bend a little but nothing broke, all steel and super strong and for that price i take it anytime again! It comes even with nice packing bags so no flying stuff around in the van. I wish you guys sold also loose bags for my second set of hangers.
I was using other things to spray but this stand is very helpful, compact, lightweight, and very easy to assemble it.
I paint cabinets, China Cabinets etc. daily. No more chasing the hose and walking in circles. I can paint both sides at the same time cutting my painting time in less than half. Will be purchasing more for the larger jobs I have coming up.
All in all, this is a great little product which I have just used for the first time. After years of running around cabinet doors in tight spaces on site, and always fighting the hose, it was great to be able to move the doors instead. The amount of time and energy saved is very noticeable.
One of the magnets that is glued to the movable stanchions, came detached from the piece early during use - the magnets are so powerful, I guess they overcame the glue. Any suggestions about a metal to paint adhesive that would reattach this would be gratefully received.
If I were to make any other suggestions for minor improvements these would be as follows:
1. Either make some or all of the arm/feet removable so that the device can be packed smaller, or offer a carrying case to keep all the bits together.
2. Add a bearing to the top of the item so that rotation doesn't rely on a metal to metal contact.
3. Add some leveling 'feet' to the bottom so that the device can be firmed up on an even floor. I did find myself fighting the wobbly restaurant table effect to some extent.
Obviously, these changes would make the item more expensive, and it is tremendously functional in its current form.
Thank you Paint Line
Made a big difference on the job site. So much easier than saw buddies.
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...