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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by worms7, Sep 14, 2016.
Can you use any paint for a shed floor or Is it a specific paint/wood preserver
IMO better to use a paint made for outdoor flooring use - if you search Porch and Patio Paint - there are options on solid or stains to use.
And if you often enter with wet shoes, think about mixing in some sand to give it some grip?
Guess the use of the shed would dictate which you select.
How would epoxy work? It's more durable, but is therte any health concern for the chickens? I would think that as long as it cures properly, there should be no threat.
Guess I should have asked - assumed this was a shed not a coop?
For a chicken coop I likely would not paint it if it is an outdoor treated type of flooring. But I'm lazy
Black Jack 908 for my shed floor inside my shed is this Ok or should i get another number black jack paint are all numbers the same
Blackjack makes many products....most folks here use Blackjack57....you'd have to compare the 2 products....maybe contact the company.
Liquid rubber paint is this ok for
a shed floor as i can't get black jack 57 in England
Can i use blackjack 901 for my shed floor
Start a new thread with blackjack 901 in the title.......might get more and/or better responses if you use more words to communicate better. Adding a link to the exact product in your thread would help a lot too.