Can you use exterior paint inside?

Answer

It is not recommended that you use exterior paint on the interior of your home. Not only does it not have the same type of washability, but it also takes up to one month to fully oxidize, during which toxic fumes can be released into your home.
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1 Additional Answer
Exterior paint is rated to with stand heat and water elements, therefore it's mainly used outside. It can be used inside but is much thicker than interior paint.
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