It’s certainly possible, but you will need to obtain hazmat approval prior to sending paint to FBA, unless I’m very much mistaken…
And if Billy in the warehouse drops a can what will prevent your tub from breaking open?
This might help you
Examples of products that might be regulated as dangerous goods (Hazmat)
Dangerous goods (also called Hazmat) are substances or materials that might pose a risk while storing, handling or transporting because they contain flammable, pressurised, corrosive or otherwise harmful substances. The list of products below does not contain every potential dangerous good in each category, but represent the types of dangerous goods that you might encounter among your listings, and can therefore serve as good examples to increase your ability to identify dangerous goods.
To learn more about dangerous goods, see the Dangerous goods identification guide. You can also watch the following videos in Seller University:
Information on Dangerous Goods
Dangerous Goods Awareness
If products are regulated as dangerous goods, you must provide Amazon with specific product information and documentation (for example, a Safety Data Sheet) via the Upload dangerous goods documents tool. For more information, see Required dangerous goods information and documentation.
Use the Look up an ASIN tool to check the classification status of your FBA ASIN.
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Dangerous Goods FAQ