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painting interior

we have csy44 wo 1978 and want paint inside. What type paint and do you use kilz ,oil or arcylic? Hope to hear thanks widget
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I just painted a little plywood dinghy I built with some latex porch paint that I bought from Lowe's, as was suggested by the company where I bought the plans. It looks like it did a pretty good job and is fairly durable so far.

I am working on a 22' trailerable and I think I will definately be painting the inside of it with the latex porch paint since it is cost effective.

Just a suggestion.
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After a good cleaning I used kilz as a primer and a satin outside acrylic. After a year and a half still looking brand new.
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I used Alkyd Enamel. It's getting a little hard to find, but I think Lowes still has it.
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We painted part of the inside area with water based exterior semi-gloss from Home Depot. Coverage was great & after one year, still looks good.
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I've had good results with Interlux Brightside for inside lockers etc and it is very durable.
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