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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:19 pm 
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Is there any reason that someone couldn't use this kind of paint indoors?

Also, can this kind of paint adhere to other surfaces such as paper or already painted walls?


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 2:20 pm 
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You really would not want to. The wax type will be awful on an indoor application and the solvent based will stink the house out. I must advise you to forget this idea.

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I'm just curious as to why you were thinking about using that type of paint indoors, did you have a lot left over from another job or just trying to save a bit of money?
I know paint can be expensive but buying the right one can actually save you time and money.

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:welcome: It will also have chemicals designed to protect the wood that you may not want in your house ... Shurely don't call me Shirley, this is a troll.


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Fence paint over paper or painted walls??? :shock:

Keep it for outside and get yourself some proper emulsion. OchAye is correct on inviting preservatives and chemicals into the house that are actually quite toxic. These sort of paints can cause respiratory problems and are not intended to be used indoors.

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This has to be one of the weirdest posts we've had on here? [WHITE SMILING FACE]



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