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Painting The Piggy Cage

Discussion in 'Housing and Enrichment' started by 5littlepiggies, Jan 6, 2017.

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  1. 5littlepiggies

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    Can I use flux quick dry satinwood on the outside of their cage? I wouldn't be painting anywhere inside the cage so they won't be able to chew it at all.

    I bought a huge tin of it and painted my children's bunk bed with it and it didn't smell at all.

    If I can't what is best to use? I've googled pet safe paint and all I can find is paint to paint an actual dog Complimented with a photo of a pink poodle

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    I use cuprinol garden shades for my rabbit run and shed and for my hamster cages (wooden shelving, houses and wheels).
     
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    If it's inside ,do you need to paint it ?, because it's inside , right !
     
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    The colorol paints are animal safe too. Haven't heard of the one you've got.
     
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