turning interior paint into exterior paint?
I know there is an exact science of how to convert interior paint into exterior latex paint.... However I'm not looking for that, basically I have40 gallons of grey interior paint and I want to use that in an exterior application, The biggest thing is how to protect it from the sun. I already added a mildewacide so that's covered and it definetly sticks w no issue, just wondering what I can add to protect it from the elements??? I appreciate any responses TY Randy
I'm not sure if it's possible to turn interior paint into exterior paint. The paints are made up differently and have a different type of resin. Therefore, I don't know how you could convert painted intended for the inside of a space into paint for the outside. Sorry!
Why not turn it into chalk paint. (Look for recipe basically a ratio of paint and plaster of Paris) That’s durable outside as long as it’s painted on well dry surfaces
ok guys here is a solution use one tube of painters caulk per gallon of interior paint less it is already w a primer.if its a interior +primer just use as is just make sure the wall is sealed from top and sides.to double the life span of it use a can of some sort of poly.and like the other gentlemen answered on exterior to interior i would say go for it.see what happens im wondering if it fades faster due to controlled atmosphere.