By Sean Lamont from Cedar rapids iowa on January 2, 2012
I have a glass enclosed natural gas fireplace. The inside is looking tired. Will this paint work to make it look good again and be safe?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 3, 2012
By Bonnie from Prescott, AZ on October 26, 2015
I have a Majestic fireplace and I don't like the color of the ceramic fiber inserts. Can I use this Stove Bright flat black paint to change the color to black?
By Will M. on October 27, 2015
By Denise from Naples, Florida on December 10, 2016
I have a stove top Viking with 4 grates and 1 cooking plate in the center. Can I use your product on cooking grates?
By eFireplaceStore on December 12, 2016
Answer:Stove Bright does not recommend use of their product with cooking appliances, as the paint is not FDA approved and can release some chemical byproducts. Paint that is designed specifically for use with cooking appliances should be the only product used.
By Kevin from CA on August 17, 2013
Will this work on a metal pipe for a pellet stove?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on August 19, 2013
Answer:Yes, this paint will work with your vent pipe. It is designed to withstand temperatures up to 1,200 degrees F.
By Sara from MN on April 25, 2017
How would you cure the paint if you use it on the outside fireplace door, assuming the door doesn't get hot enough?
By Will M. on April 25, 2017
Answer:So long as the paint is applied properly and the surface is prepared correctly, there should be no issue with curing the paint.
By Gina Barrett from Davidsonville, Md on March 16, 2012
I have a flat black wood burning stove and would like to paint it another color; maybe a lighter color. Will this paint cover the black and are all the colors a flat?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 19, 2012
Answer:The Stovebright brand of paint will dry to a satin finish, unless otherwise noted in the item description.
It should be relatively easy to cover your existing painted finish, as flat paints allow adherence of other paints fairly easily. It will be necessary to apply the new paint in light, even coats. Allow time for each coat to become tacky before applying the next coat of paint.
It is recommended to fire the stove at a low burn to cure the paint. It is normal for some smoke/fuming to occur the first time the stove is used.
By Brett from NY on August 24, 2013
I need to touch up a black metal fireplace. I have attached a photo. What would you recommend?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on August 26, 2013
Answer:This Stove Bright flat black high-temperature paint is ideal for your application. It resists heat up to 1,200 degrees and can be used on your fireplace face.
By Kathy from Effingham, Il on January 16, 2012
I'm trying to change my fireplace door from the gold to just black. Will this paint cover the shiny gold finish ?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 16, 2012
Answer:High luster finishes are difficult to cover effectively, but it can be done.
Using a product such as this, you would need to first rough up the surface with fine grit sandpaper and wipe down any residue from the surface. You would then apply the paint in light, even coatings until a satisfactory covering is achieved.
By Kathryn from CA on October 19, 2014
What steps do I need to do to paint a gold metal fireplace door with a screen?
By Will M. on October 20, 2014
By James from Dalton, GA on August 31, 2016
I have a buck stove fire place insert . I ordered paint from you guys to refinish the front that has some rust. (Rutland 1,200 Degree Black Stove Paint - 1 Pint) The face of the insert doesn't get very hot. I was wondering about curing the paint at this low temp. Should I be concerned about that?
By Brennan W. on August 31, 2016
Answer:There are alternative ways to set the paint if the surface is not getting hot enough. What temperature are you able to get the surface to?
By netmouse from Dover, NJ on October 18, 2012
I painted the wood stove chimney (inside pipe from stove to wall) with this (number 6304) at 11 a.m. I was told I can fire up in a couple of hours. I actually plan a start a fire about 6 p.m. Does it make sense that it can handle heat so fast?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on October 18, 2012
Answer:This paint should be allowed to dry for 24 hours before using the stove.