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Rabbit Safe Paint ?

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So I'm currently in the process of getting a large x-pen that I'm in love with.
BUT the thing is its black and my room is white ( it would'nt look good) .
So is there a way bunny safe paint that I could use to paint it ?

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Water-based paint would be best. But if your bunny donโ€™t chew what ever paint will work. Just let the paint set and later put it up ๐Ÿ˜Š

There not really a true safe paint for animals but there are paints that are better than others. True safe paint would if you made paint without chemicals and used natural ingredients that are safe for bunnies to consume. Which donโ€™t really exist among paint you buy.
 

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Sand the paint off down to just the wood or see if you can live with it once it's there. Mostly, I like things in a natural state--we have a lot of Oak and walnut--all the stuff I have from my grandmother and great grandmother was oak under all the ugly paint and one dresser made in 1882 was gorgeous rosewood.
 
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