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lungdeflator

color for inside of house?

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lungdeflator

Does the interior color of the house matter? i would think you'd want it dark as possible?

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jasonmichalski

Darker the better, it helps your eyes adjust and see down hole better.

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leech~~

Darker the better, it helps your eyes adjust and see down hole better.

What's wrong with bright and pretty like this house I had seen! grin

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mrklean

My going to line my perm with something black to keep it dark on the inside, the darker the better.

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lungdeflator

Thanks guys, lime green it is! haha

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Gordie

I use black latex paint on the inside of mine and of course its flat black.

I have also speared many pike with the plain white styro bead foam on the walls too.

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1. Lime green

2. a big window

3. Too many small holes

4. too comfy looking, I have narcolepsy, I would be asleep in a minute, LOL!!

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merkman

Flat black....

If it helps or not is debateable... but to me it isnt a soear house unless it is either black or unfinished inside.

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Jameson

I was given some really really dark dark brown while building my last house and really liked that for an interior color.

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Gordie

What's wrong with bright and pretty like this house I had seen! grin

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Actually this was the color of the outside of my Mille Lacs house out of Barnacle Bills and was dubbed the name "The Chartuse Goose" It was a way point for all the guys that busted threw the drifts on the way to the nine mile flats grin

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