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Forum DIET & CARE Is acrylic paint toxic?

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    • Smitty
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      So, I’m making a dig box for my bun right now, and want to paint it so it looks cute. Although I’m worried if he chews on the box he may get sick. Google tells me it’s okay, but I’m still iffy on it, what do y’all think?


    • DanaNM
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      Maybe find a paint that is labeled as non-toxic for kids?

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    • LBJ10
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      Yes, paint that is safe for kids should be OK. Or you can “paint” it with food coloring.

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Forum DIET & CARE Is acrylic paint toxic?