It's hard to deny the convenience of spray paint. No more dirty brushes, dripping trays, and you can paint just about anything; spray paint looks like a miracle in a can. However, using spray paint indoors can be dangerous if not done correctly. Spray paint fumes, if not properly ventilated, can irritate the skin, nose, throat, and lungs.
Prolonged exposure to these vapors can also cause vomiting, headaches, nausea, and fatigue. If you're considering using spray paint indoors, there are some tips and tricks you should know to make sure you're doing it safely and responsibly. First, choose a well-ventilated indoor location. Extracting too much paint can cause overspray, so use a spray protector to prevent paint from getting everywhere.
Protect surrounding objects with protective cloths and use a paint turntable to make sure you always spray on the spray shelter. Indoor spray painting can be extremely dangerous, as it increases the risk of fire. Spray paint fumes are highly flammable and can easily catch fire if there is a spark or open flame. If you have both options at your disposal, it would be better to take the spray gun, paint and go outside. Using spray paint on exterior walls can save time, but it's generally a bad idea to try spray paint on interior walls because of the risk of overspraying and inhaling the paint. Covering your skin, mouth, eyes, and nose will definitely be the most important thing when painting with spray.
After spraying the wall with spray paint, always make sure to let the paint dry completely before applying the second coat. Spray painting indoors is never recommended as there is no adequate ventilation and spray paint fumes, if inhaled, can cause serious health problems. Most spray paints contain strong chemicals, and household fans aren't designed to handle them very well. I take no responsibility for your health, the health of others, or for any property damage you may cause by spray painting. If you're looking for an environmentally friendly way to use spray paint indoors without risking your health or property damage, there are some steps you can take. Choose a well-ventilated indoor location and use protective cloths to cover surrounding objects.
Use a spray protector to prevent overspray and always make sure to let the paint dry completely before applying the second coat. Using spray paint indoors doesn't have to be complicated or dangerous if done correctly. With these tips in mind, you can safely use environmentally friendly spray paint indoors without risking your health or property damage.