A water based paint should be fine after you use an oil base metal primer first.
It is usually a good idea to use paint when you paint something; however as you are talking about a child's cot I must turn on my super, mind reading powers and guess that you really mean what is the safest paint to use when doing this job. Water based, lead free.
by India Arnold 7 years ago
Is it more important for Childrens Literature to teach or entertain?
by prettydarkhorse 6 years ago
As a parent how do you prepare for your child's first school attendance ever?The first time a child attend school is considered a big milestone in his/her life. This is a new environment for them and it requires preparation, both for the parent and the child. We want to make sure that they can cope...
by Quilligrapher 7 years ago
Sony has posted a cautionary note on its Japanese website advising that the vision of children under the age of six is in the developmental stage. They add that 3D content delivers different left and right eye images which has a potential impact on the growth of children's eyes. The Sony warning...
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