A question many people ask is what is the difference between interior and exterior paint? A few decades ago, the answer was there isn’t much difference.
Today, with advances in paint chemistry, the two have been pulled wide apart. The main difference between interior and exterior paint is the resin used in them. Resin is what binds the pigment to the surface and makes a difference in how paint reacts to high temperatures and moisture, and how resistant it is to peeling, chipping and fading.
There are brands of paint you can use inside and outside but outgassing may be a problem. It can get confusing so talk to a professional. We take the guessing game out of choosing paint for interior and exterior features so the right paint is used in the right place.