how to paint my house with a cat????
October 7, 2010 1:56am CST
hi im looking to paint 2 rooms and a hallway in my house over the next few weeks, problem is i have a cat who stays out most of the day but in all night, so im lookin to find a pet friendly paint, hopefully one that dries quickly, does anyone kno of anything? the two rooms are the bathroom and the kitchen so maybe washable. i can just gonna tell this is gonna be a disaster as i have neer painted a room in my life. just in case i may need the advice, if the cat gets paint on him, how do i remove ??? :-(
• Gold Coast, Australia
7 Oct 10
"how to paint my house with a cat????" Simple. Grab the cat by the tail, dip it in the paint tin and then wipe it on the walls! Oh, you mean how to paint the walls with a cat in the house who will get in the way! Hi Jarael, it is good to see you here after so long. How are you these days? I think if you buy a water based acrylic paint that will dry pretty quickly. You should be able to put the cat out in the morning, do a coat, then another coat and then they will be dry by the time the cat comes in at night. Most times this sort of paint is touch dry in a couple of hours. That is how it works here anyway. It may take longer in the cooler air of England. The only problem though is that here most bathrooms are painted in enamel which is more resistant to mould, but it takes more than 24 hours to dry. Painting is pretty easy if you take your time and make sure you get it on evenly.