Thanks Mr. Paint!
BTW, I purchased a gallon of Perma-White (for interior), and later found out that I got the wrong type of paint. Now, I also have a smaller project which I have a stand-up shower room that need to be repainted for the ceiling. I already used Bulls-Eyes 1-2-3 (oil-based) to prime the area and it looks fine now (wondering if I could just save one step and skip with the Perma-White top coat)....
1. It seems that Perma-White has three different paints: interior, bathroom, and exterior. What's the difference between the "interior" paint and the "bathroom
2. Can I just skip the step to put up Perma-White top coat and just leave the stand-up shower painted with oil-based primer only (bulls-eye 1-2-3)... right now it looks fine, and the primer is oil-based and we added bathroom ceiling fan so ventilation is much better than before...I did NOT added any mildewcide in the primer though...)
3. I don't want to keep buying all kind of different paints for small projects. As I haven't opened the "interior" Perma-White paint yet, I guess I can exchange it for the "exterior" Perma-White paint and use it to paint for the larger exterior paint project. I'm wondering though if that would be OK if I use the "exterior" Perma-White paint to paint for the small ceiling in my stand-up shower room?? Would that be OK?? Thoughts or comments? Thanks!!