By Kathy from Grenada, MS on February 5, 2015
I'm replacing my natural gas fire logs with a diamond fire glass. The fireplace interior is porcelain brick. Can the porcelain brick be painted with a high heat paint made for metal?
By Will M. on February 5, 2015
Answer:The simplest solution would be to remove the porcelain panels and paint the interior of the firebox with any of our high-temp paints. Please note, the paint will need to cure and may emit an odor during this process.
By Tiffany from Columbus, OH on June 10, 2013
Will this paint repair the inside of my fireplace where I wiped a silvery, bare spot? Do I need to do anything else to fix it?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on June 11, 2013
Answer:The black appliance paint you are viewing would be an excellent product to touch up the exposed metal. It is likely that the paint will continue to flake and as such, I recommend using a paint thinner to completely remove the paint along the top shelf. After removing the paint completely, this component can be repainted with the new appliance paint.
By Andy from Detroit on February 7, 2013
I have a gas fireplace and want to paint the brick inside. Is this the right stuff? Can you use BBQ paint instead?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on February 7, 2013
Answer:Yes, this paint is suitable for use inside a gas firebox. BBQ paint may work as well. Please note that neither will withstand direct contact with flames, however.
By Cindy from Laguna Niguel, CA on November 27, 2012
We are looking to paint the gold trim on our folding glass fireplace doors. Do you have a product that will work?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 27, 2012
Yes, our high-heat paint is suitable for this application. We have a wide selection of colors in our stove and fireplace paint
By Debra and Curt Barnhill from South Carolina on December 5, 2011
We are looking for a paint that can be applied to the bricks on the inside of the fire box of a gas fireplace. Do you have a product?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on December 6, 2011
By Vicki from Sapulpa, OK on October 7, 2016
I want to paint the outside frame of a fireplace. What should I use?
By Brennan W. on October 7, 2016
Answer:For the outside frame of the fireplace, you could use any of our high heat stove paints.
By Pete from Chicago on January 8, 2014
I want to paint the interior of a new metal firebox with gas log kit. Do you recommend the Copperfield paint or Stove Bright, or another?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on January 8, 2014
Answer:Both of these paints should do the job for your application. Please note, however, that over time the paint may peel and crack due to the heat inside the firebox, depending on the BTU rating of your gas burner.
By Jane from New York on December 7, 2012
I want to paint the brick on the inside of my wood-burning fireplace before installing a gas fireplace log unit, but I am looking for a color other than black, such as grey or brown. Do you have such a product?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 10, 2012
A product that may interest you is the Stove Bright Metallic Rich Brown Stove Paint - 43225
, which is a rich grey/brown metallic color. Other available colors can be seen by clicking on the image of the color swatch sheet on the item page. Those colors can then be viewed by typing the four digit color code into the search bar on our website.
By Marcella from colorado on January 14, 2013
Is this the kind of paint used to paint the rock on the bottom of a gas fireplace? We are installing a Heat N Glo fireplace and it says to paint the rock on the bottom after installing it.
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on January 14, 2013
Answer:We are not a Heat & Glo dealer, so we cannot tell you what brand they recommend. However, this paint is indeed intended for use inside the firebox of a gas fireplace. We recommend checking with a local Heat & Glo dealer for more information and confirmation.
By Jessie from IN on February 23, 2016
How long after you spray this product on your firebox do you have to wait until you have your first fire?
By Will M. on February 23, 2016
Answer:This will dry in about 20 minutes. After this, you should wait 4 hours before igniting your first fire. Once lit, you should moderate the gas for a low burn for 10 minutes, then increase the gas setting to a medium level for 60 minutes. Lastly, increase the setting to the highest level to burn as hot as possible for 60 minutes.
By Joanie from Millsboro, DE on June 16, 2015
I need to paint the black metal surround of my fireplace. I specifically need to paint the band that is right behind the glass and goes across the top and one that goes across the bottom of my gas fireplace. Would this Stove Bright black gas firebox paint be the right paint to use? What paint that is already there is all blistered and peeling.
By Will M. on June 16, 2015
Answer:This would be the correct product. Please note that the existing paint will need to be removed with paint thinner prior to painting and the paint will have to cure. During this process, the paint will emit harmless fumes and smoke that will dissipate after several hours.
By Valerie from KY on August 8, 2013
I want to paint the brass trim (surrond on my fireplace) will this work? Will I need to prime or prep the surface in anyway?
By Emily on August 8, 2013
Answer:Yes, our high-heat paint is suitable for this application. We have a wide selection of colors in our stove and fireplace paint section.
By Marcus from Atlanta, GA on December 9, 2014
Can this be used to paint the firebox of a ventless or "vent free" gas fireplace?
By eFireplaceStore on December 10, 2014
Answer:This product can indeed be used to paint the interior of vented and vent free gas fireplaces alike. The paint will give off a slight odor during the curing process after painting, but it will dissipate shortly after.
By Brian from Salmon Arm, CA on February 8, 2016
Can I paint the logs in my gas fireplace? What paint do I use? A lot of high heat paints say they cannot be used if the surface is exposed to open flames.
By Will M. on February 9, 2016
Answer:The paint used in painting gas logs is heat treated and none of the paint we offer can come into contact with direct flame.
By Gary from London, Ontario, CAN on October 29, 2015
Can I use this Stove Bright black gas appliance firebox paint to paint the inside of the firebox of a gas fireplace? Is there any potential hazard that I should be aware of?
By Chris C. on October 29, 2015
Answer:This paint can indeed be utilized to paint the interior of a fireplace. The curing process will give off a slight odor during the initial firing of the fireplace, but the odor will dissipate after a short amount of time.
By Leslie from WA on October 25, 2015
Can you use this Stove Bright black gas appliance firebox paint over an enamel stove top?
By eFireplaceStore on October 26, 2015
Answer:I do not recommend using an aerosol to paint over enamel paint, as they do not cover or adhere well. Most home improvement and specialty paint stores will offer custom paints that are designed to work over enamels.
By Melissa from Richmond, VA on December 10, 2013
I can't seem to get a straight answer as to whether this paint should be used on a brick firebox of a wood burning fireplace. Can you help me?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 10, 2013
Answer:This paint should only be used for this purpose if the wood burning fireplace will no longer be used. Temperatures in a wood fire can get high enough that the paint will begin to discolor and will eventually flake. If the firebox will continue to be used, the inside should be resurfaced with a thin parging mix.