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I would use a brush and roller technique on them. Paint the louvers 1st. with a small brush then roll the frame. This will give you a good coat with less brush strokes will show in the final product.
Start from the top and spray as evenly and methodically as possible. Starting from the top will help with any minor drips. Keep the pace and the amount as even as possible to give you the cleanest finish.
There are some great brands of paint and some really fun color choices.
Please post pictures, curious to see how you are going to use them indoors.
I have seen DIY paint jobs that look fine initially but the direct sunlight dries them out causing the top finish to crack into a racu effect. To avoid destroying your expensive shutters
My company does respray shutters. Normally we pick up the shutters, paint with a custom color to mach your trim and reinstall for you. While the shutters are offsite, it is a perfect time to have the window trim repainted. The process may take a week or more but it is worth it to enhance the value of your home.
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