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Hello alL! I am getting ready to paint my new coop and I was wondering what you all did to the inside? The inside of this one is plywood. Should I make a whitewash or just buy interior white oil or latex paint? Any suggestions appreciated!
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Hello alL! I am getting ready to paint my new coop and I was wondering what you all did to the inside? The inside of this one is plywood. Should I make a whitewash or just buy interior white oil or latex paint? Any suggestions appreciated!

 

I used left over interior latex paint from my house interior painting.  All colors were a satin or "eggshell" type latex, easy to clean.

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Awesome! Thank you! The people who we bought our house from left 2 gallons of a white satin latex so that is what I'm going to use!
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Awesome! Thank you! The people who we bought our house from left 2 gallons of a white satin latex so that is what I'm going to use!

Satin latex is perfect. 

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