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Forest Green Stovebright Stove Paint

Forest Green Stovebright Stove Paint

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Stove Bright
Stove Bright Part Numbers: 6198
Item Number: CPF-43265

Features

  • High Temperature Stove Paint
  • Touch up worn, chipped, scratched, or heat bleached areas
  • Holds its color up to 1200°F
  • Comes in a variety of colors
  • 12 ounce spray can
Keep your stove looking its best with Forest Green Stovebright Stove Paint. Proper painting prevents rust and promotes the longest life possible for your stove and its parts. Keeping your stove maintained with Forest Green Stovebright Stove Paint will guarantee that you'll get the most out of the life of your stove.

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David B. from Smithton PA asked:
Is there a way to thicken the paint so i can apply it with a brush to small chips?
Is there a way to thicken the paint so i can apply it with a brush to small chips?
No, the paint is not meant to be applied with a brush; it is only available in aerosol cans.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Sean from San Diego, CA asked:
How long does it take your paint to "cure" without having to worry about toxic fumes?
How long does it take your paint to "cure" without having to worry about toxic fumes?
Curing of this product is a two stage process. The initial cure time requires approximately 60 minutes of continuous appliance use. If the gas fireplace offers variable BTU output, turn the valve to its lowest setting. After 60 minutes, turn the appliance up to its maximum setting and continue to the burn for another 45 minutes. During the 45 minute burn, the appliance will likely release some odors and smoke. This smoke is nontoxic, but it is recommended to increase ventilation in the room to allow it to dissipate quickly. It is also important to burn the appliance for the entire duration of the 1 hour and 45 minute cure time. This well ensure that the paint will cure properly.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Forest Green Stovebright Stove Paint
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By Thomas

stove bright paint

works well out of the can.. will it withstand 1200 degrees that's to see. wanted a glosser finish this is not.. its plain DULL... you need to sell a gloss coat which they do make when gloss is required.....
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