Hi guys, I put a coat of paint on one of the inside walls of my coop earlier today, then left it open all evening. I shut them in at nightfall, but when I came back in an hour or so later (because I decided to add a golf ball to temp them to their new nesting box I added today also,) if smelled quite strongly of paint fumes, so instead I then left the coop door wide open. Now, the coop door leads into their run, and I have the run all locked up tight. It is fully covered in hardware cloth, and there is a 3' hardware cloth apron that goes all the way around both the run and the coop. We have a low of 59° F tonight. Is there any reason I shouldn't leave the door wide open all night? Otherwise I will go out and shut it before I head to bed here.