Originally Posted by Matthewt1970
....You will be puttin paint on drywall in an enclosed structure. That is what interior paint is designed for.
True interior paint does dry to a harder finish, while exterior paints have a bit softer finish coat to accomidate the changes in the weather.
However, if you do intend to use an interior paint, be sure to use one that has a mildewcide to help prevent mold and mildew from growing on the surface of the paint. All exterior paints have them and for the most part they are 'beefed up' more than say a kitchen and bath paint would be.
Down here in FL we need all the help we can get when it comes to humidity and the havoc it wreaks.