Not recommended! Not because of combustibility but because it does not harden like an interior paint. Some of them also have an exfoliating feature that might be unpleasant indoors. I may not be using the correct terms, but I'm sure you get the idea.
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We used it in our Missouri home in the dining room/playroom. I bought it for the scrubability because of small children. Wore well, no odor, etc. Local paint store can give you the information you need.
I think it really depends on the paint formula. Alkyd is a hard, faster drying and often glossy surface, and many are formulated for both interior and exterior use. Did you check the label? When in doubt, might check with the paint manufacturer (or paint store) as suggested above.
And I would always choose to remove the door and so might as well paint it outside or garage, so fumes would not be an issue.This message has been edited. Last edited by: conrad,