oil-based paint on metal indoor furniture

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Old 10-15-20, 06:00 PM
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oil-based paint on metal indoor furniture

I have a metal desk that needs to be painted. Is it safe to paint the desk with oil-based spray paint outdoors and then move the desk indoors in a few weeks? I'm just not sure if furniture painted with an oil-based paint is safe to bring indoors even after it has dried due to fumes being given off over time?
The instructions on the can just say to use outdoors or in a well ventilated area during application.


 
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Old 10-15-20, 08:34 PM
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Yes, once the paint has cured and the odor is gone. Some people are more sensitive than others.
 
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Ya, it shouldn't be an issue once the paint has cured. Usually a few days is plenty of drying time but you can use your nose to determine if it's outgassed enough for you and yours.

It can be difficult to get full even coverage with rattle cans. Many have a specific recoat window so pay attention to that.
 
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