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Can anyone help me with this... I am not paint / diy expert in fact I am totally inept

i have had a custom dog bed / crate built within the utility. It’s fnatatsic and I am very pleased with it. The dog loves it.

 

however I am wanting to paint / seal the inside of it. I’m thinking if she ever goes in wet. 

The inside is made with ply wood. I cannot see any where she can chew inside as it’s all flat walls

what would be the best paint / sealant to use? I’m not concerned with changing the colour, just want to seal it really, however I don’t want to use unnecessary harsh paint.

i was thinking a water based glass, but didn’t know if an external varnish would be better?

 

the door, she may chew, so what would be the best paint on that?

 

thanks 

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I had my utility painted in two pack plastic paint. Its super tough and the sort of thing you will see in hospitals. Its expensive but I can now properly clean the walls at the end where the dog lives. 

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That maybe an option however it’s for the inside of the kennel

It’s not finished but may give the idea

like i said it’s the inner ply wood I am wanting to seal

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In the rear lobby which we use every day as entry and exit with the dogs I used soffit boarding and edging. This can easily be wiped down.

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PVA would seal it or undercoat and a glos paint  would be easy wiped down. sp if u went for bathroom type paint

Or even line with some PVC type stuff either i big sheet or T&G like in the photo above

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