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    Rutland 1,200 Degree Black Stove Paint - 1 Pint

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    • All-purpose flat black silicone resin paint
    • Can withstand 1,200 F without peeling or blistering
    • Makes cast iron and steel look like new
    • Adheres to surfaces without a primer
    • Dries quickly and evenly
    • 16 oz. provides a 4 mil wet film thickness (applied in two coats) for approximately 50 sq. ft
    • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: 81
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-81
    UPC: 00022624000815

    Features

    • All-purpose flat black silicone resin paint
    • Can withstand 1,200 F without peeling or blistering
    • Makes cast iron and steel look like new
    • Adheres to surfaces without a primer
    • Dries quickly and evenly
    • 16 oz. provides a 4 mil wet film thickness (applied in two coats) for approximately 50 sq. ft
    • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
    Able to withstand temperatures as high as 1,200 degrees fahrenheit without peeling or blistering, Rutland 1,200 Degree Black Stove Paint is great for touching up more than just stoves. Anything made of steel or cast iron can benefit from a few coats of this quick-drying silicone resin paint, including barbecue grills, fireplace tools, and chimney caps. Not only will whatever you paint look better, but because this paint also helps prevent rust and decay, a thorough coating will actually increase the longevity of stoves and other appliances.

    *Please Note: This paint should not be used without a NIOSH/MSHA-approved respirator.

    Customer Questions & Answers
    41 Questions & 42 Answers
    Jane M
    from Oakland, CA asked:
    April 8, 2018
    Can this be used inside a wood burning fireplace? Is it flat or matte black?
    1 Answer
    That is a flat black and can be used inside the unit.
    Owen O.
    on April 9, 2018

    shawn
    from somerset, pa asked:
    February 25, 2018
    Can this be used to paint burner covers for a gas stove?
    1 Answer
    Yes, this would be the paint you would use.
    Owen O.
    on February 26, 2018

    Mark
    from Alpharetta, GA asked:
    January 30, 2018
    Can this paint be used in a sprayer
    1 Answer
    There is no reason why it could not.
    Owen O.
    on January 30, 2018

    Susanne F.
    from Mystic, CT asked:
    December 22, 2017
    Can I use this paint to paint an Empire Heritage cast iron stove flat black?
    1 Answer
    Yes, this paint will be rated for the temps on this stove although we cannot guarantee that the colors will dry to the exact same shade or gloss of black that you currently have.
    Kelsey C.
    on December 22, 2017

    Gregory W
    from Los Angeles, CA asked:
    December 17, 2017
    I have an iron door at the entrance of my house. The iron door was powdercoated and looks great. However, the FRAME of the iron door is painted and has peeled because of the hot sun hitting the metal frame over the last few years. Can I apply your product to the frame and then apply my own bronze color paint over your paint? I am hoping that applying your paint directly to the metal will reduce the heat emission from the metal before I apply the bronze color paint over that. Thoughts?
    1 Answer
    Any paint that is applied would need to be a high heat paint. There is no product that will allow standard paint to be used.
    Owen
    on December 18, 2017

    Benny
    from NE asked:
    September 26, 2017
    After the assembly and during the inspection test, with the ignition of the stove, a white smoke is generated by the stove paint. Do you know what caused it?
    1 Answer
    If the smoke is white, it is likely not a result of the paint curing and a result of the non-toxic bonding agents used in the manufacturing process. Eventually, this will dissipate.
    Will M.
    on September 26, 2017

    Ron
    from OR asked:
    August 16, 2017
    Can you paint on the surround of gas stove on brick? Or, will it adhere to brick and withstand heat well?
    1 Answer
    Yes, the paint can be used to paint brick.
    Owen
    on August 17, 2017

    Banta
    from NC asked:
    July 16, 2017
    Can I use this product to paint the galvanized steel chimney pipe (the one exposed at my roof)? This is new construction and our builder did not know it was possible to install a black chimney pipe, hence the shiny steel is an eye sore - as it rises some 6 - 8 feet above the roof. Thank you for any information.
    1 Answer
    This paint can most certainly be used to paint your exposed galvanized chimney above the roof.
    Will M.
    on July 17, 2017

    Marilyn
    from Seattle, WA asked:
    July 11, 2017
    Is this paint oil based?
    1 Answer
    No, this high heat paint is a silicone resin paint.
    Owen
    on July 11, 2017

    Marilyn
    from WA asked:
    July 10, 2017
    Can this be used to paint the inside of a gas fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Yes, it can be used inside the firebox.
    Owen
    on July 11, 2017

    Tom
    from Cleveland, OH asked:
    June 12, 2017
    Can this be used inside a gas fireplace? Thank you.
    1 Answer
    Yes, this paint can be used inside fireplaces.
    Kelsey C.
    on June 12, 2017

    Sue
    from NY asked:
    January 21, 2017
    Can this be used on the inside of a fireplace?
    1 Answer
    This can indeed be used inside a fireplace.
    Brennan W.
    on January 23, 2017

    Chris Brown
    from Hot Springs Village, AR asked:
    December 22, 2016
    Can this product be used inside a brick fireplace?
    1 Answer
    You can use this hi-temp paint inside the fireplace, but please note that it is likely to peel with direct contact to high heat such as wood fires.
    Kelsey C.
    on December 22, 2016

    JC
    from Alaska asked:
    November 10, 2016
    How long does it take for the paint to dry?
    1 Answer
    A dry time of 30 minutes between coats is usually sufficient for this product.
    eFireplaceStore
    on November 10, 2016

    John
    from Connersville, IN asked:
    October 2, 2016
    Do I need to clean or prime a rusty pipe before using this?
    1 Answer
    I would, at a minimum, suggest cleaning the pipe and brushing away any surface rust prior to painting, but priming the stove pipe would not be necessary.
    Chris C.
    on October 3, 2016

    Kelly
    from IL asked:
    August 18, 2016
    Can I cure my mini pieces inside a outdoor gas grill??
    1 Answer
    A gas grill can indeed be used to cure high temperature paint.
    eFireplaceStore
    on August 19, 2016

    Richard
    from West Allis, WI asked:
    July 5, 2016
    How do you do a "firing" and for how long?
    1 Answer
    If you are referring to the curing process, this is done by buiding fires to allow the surface to gradually and slowly heat over the course of an hour or two to reach temperatures up to 500 degrees.
    Will M.
    on July 6, 2016

    Dan
    from GA asked:
    June 16, 2016
    Will this product cover Duravent SS stove pipe?
    1 Answer
    This product can indeed be used to cover the Duravent brand of stainless stovepipe and chimney. The pipe should be thoroughly wiped down with a solution of water and vinegar to remove any residual machining oil that is still present on the pipe. Once dry, the surface of the pipe should be roughened with a 600 to 800 grit sandpaper, then painted.
    eFireplaceStore
    on June 17, 2016

    Robert
    from Grass Valley, CA asked:
    May 19, 2016
    What are the application and curing instructions?
    1 Answer
    This is the information I received from the manufacturer, Rutland. Apply to a cold stove or surface with a brush. Apply the first coat and then let it dry to the touch for about 1-2 hours before attempting to re-coat. After the second coat is dry to the touch, then the heat cure can be applied. This is done by allowing the surface to gradually and slowly heat over the course of an hour or two to reach temperatures up to 500 degrees (F). (During this process, please allow proper ventilation while heating for the first time.)
    Chris C.
    on May 20, 2016

    Kathy
    from Pennsylvania asked:
    February 27, 2016
    Will it cover over a brass grill which trims the bottom, outside of my wood burning fireplace?
    1 Answer
    It can indeed be used for your purpose.
    Brennan W.
    on March 1, 2016

    Melinda
    from Gaithersburg, MD asked:
    June 30, 2015
    Can this Rutland 1200 degree stove paint be used inside of a wood burning fireplace?
    1 Answer
    This product can be used to coat the metal interior chassis of a wood burning prefabricated fireplace, but it is not recommended for painting masonry or refractory panels. The paint does not adhere well to this type of material and will flake and discolor relatively quickly, if you are planning on continuing to burn wood.
    Will M.
    on June 30, 2015

    David
    from OH asked:
    April 24, 2015
    Can this Rutland 1200 degree stove paint be used on the top grates of gas stoves?
    1 Answer
    This paint is not suggested for use on the top grate of a gas stove.
    Brennan W.
    on April 27, 2015

    Marlyn
    from NY asked:
    February 5, 2015
    Would this product work and not flake off vermiculite panels?
    1 Answer
    The 1,200 degree paint should indeed be sufficient to hold to the ceramic panels. Coating the panels in repeated light passes is ideal.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 5, 2015

    Robin
    from Orlando, FL asked:
    January 28, 2015
    Can this paint be brushed onto the "brass" of fireplace glass doors of a wood burning fireplace without it being combustible?
    1 Answer
    This high temperature paint can indeed be applied to brass doors surrounds, trim, and louvers. In order for the paint to adhere properly, it is necessary to roughen the brass surface with a 400 grit sandpaper. This will give texture to the surface and allow the paint to take.
    eFireplaceStore
    on January 29, 2015

    Cammie
    from Midlothian, VA asked:
    September 3, 2014
    Can this paint be used inside of a wood burning fireplace?
    1 Answer
    This product can be used to coat the metal interior chassis of a wood burning prefabricated fireplace, but it is not recommended for painting masonry or refractory panels. The paint does not adhere well to this type of material and will flake and discolor relatively quickly, if you are planning on continuing to burn wood.
    eFireplaceStore
    on September 3, 2014

    Julia
    from Boston, MA asked:
    July 8, 2014
    I am looking to paint the inside of my fireplace. Would you recommend this paint? Is it safe?
    2 Answers
    This paint can be used to coat the inside of a fireplace that is used to burn gas only. We do not offer a coating that can stand up to the heat of a wood or coal fire, as the product will lose its color.
    eFireplaceStore
    on July 8, 2014
    Yes. I have used it twice. Follow the instructions on the can and make sure you have plenty of ventilation.
    Ross
    on July 9, 2014
    from Georgia

    Heather
    from Tomah, WI asked:
    July 1, 2014
    Could I use this paint on the inside of a gas fireplace?
    1 Answer
    You can indeed this high temperature paint and others like inside of a gas fireplace without risk of the paint peeling over time. However, the paint will peel or discolor if the flames come into direct contact with the painted surface.
    Chris C.
    on July 2, 2014

    Steven
    from Chicago asked:
    April 20, 2014
    Can this be used on brick?
    1 Answer
    While there is not a problem with adhesion of the paint to the brick, it will have a fairly short life. Brick tends to absorb moisture over time and wood fires do a good job of boiling the moisture out of the brick. As such, the heating process will often put pressure on the painted surface, causing the paint to flake eventually. The best thing to do is to clean the firebox as thoroughly as possible, then build a small, but hot fire to dry the brick thoroughly. Wipe the brick down once it is cool with a dry rag, then apply paint to the dried brick. This will greatly increase the expected lifespan of the paint.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on April 21, 2014

    Collin
    from Roanoke, VA asked:
    January 21, 2014
    Will this paint adhere to firebox bricks and withstand the heat of gas logs?
    1 Answer
    While this paint can withstand close proximity to gas log sets, it is not designed to adhere to firebrick or refractory liners. The paint should only be used on metal surfaces.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 21, 2014

    John
    from Vestal, NY asked:
    November 6, 2013
    Can this product be used on the inside of a wood burning fireplace?
    1 Answer
    As long as the interior of the fireplace uses metal panels, this product can be used. The ceramic refractory panels inside a manufactured wood burning fireplace should not be painted, nor should the firebrick inside a masonry fireplace.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 6, 2013

    Evelyn
    from Medford, NY asked:
    September 19, 2013
    Can I use this to paint my metal fireplace insert?
    1 Answer
    This is an excellent product for that purpose. I recommend sanding the surface of the insert and wiping down as much residual as possible from the surface before applying the paint. This will help ensure that premature bubbling and flaking of the paint will not occur down the road.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 19, 2013

    Glenn
    from Brunswick, ME asked:
    July 6, 2013
    Do I need a primer with this paint if my wood stove top is clean of rust but pitted due to corrosion?
    1 Answer
    If the corrosion has been removed, a primer will not be necessary for this paint to adhere. The paint is designed to stick to uneven or pitted surfaces without an issue.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on July 8, 2013

    Julianna
    from New York, NY asked:
    June 18, 2013
    Can I use this paint inside of my wood burning fireplace to paint the bricks?
    1 Answer
    It is not recommended to paint the interior of a masonry fireplace, as even high temperature aerosol paint will flake, discolor, and peal in a relatively short amount of time. This is primarily due to the expansion and contraction of the firebrick.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on June 19, 2013

    DiAnne
    from Avon, CT asked:
    January 6, 2013
    Can this product be used to paint the inside of a fireplace box?
    1 Answer
    This product can indeed be used to paint metal firebox panels. However, I do not recommend using it to paint decorative refractory or ceramic panels, as the paint will peel and separate relatively quickly.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 6, 2013

    Lori S
    from Los Angeles asked:
    November 25, 2012
    Can this be used inside a gas log fireplace?
    1 Answer
    Yes, this paint may indeed be used in your application. It may eventually peel or crack, however, due to the heat inside the firebox. This will depend on the BTU rating of your burner.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on November 26, 2012

    Clarence C
    from Lexington Park, MD asked:
    November 6, 2012
    Do you need a primer when using this paint?
    1 Answer
    It is not necessary to use a primer with this type of paint. However, it is recommended to use a primer if the stove body being painted has any corrosion that has built up.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 6, 2012

    Grover
    from Union City, TN asked:
    August 1, 2012
    Will this stove paint work well in masonry fire place?
    1 Answer
    I do not recommend using stove paint inside a masonry fireplace, as the constant expansion and contraction of the brick causes the paint to separate.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on August 1, 2012

    Wendy H
    from Kirkland, WA asked:
    July 26, 2012
    Can this stove paint be used on the inside of a fireplace?
    1 Answer
    While you can certainly use this paint inside of a fireplace, it will not last, as it is not designed to withstand direct contact with the flames. Moreover, the pure heat from the firebox (especially a wood fire) will eventually crack and peel this paint.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on July 26, 2012

    Linda
    from Atlanta, GA asked:
    February 25, 2012
    Can this be used to refurbish electric stove grates?
    1 Answer
    As long as there is not a danger of the grate contacting an part of the heating element in the stove itself, there will be no reason that this paint could not be used for this type of application.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 27, 2012

    Bette
    from Kentucky asked:
    January 26, 2012
    Can this be used to paint the inside of a brick/masonry fireplace?
    1 Answer
    While you can use this paint for the inside of a woodburning firebox, please be advised that the heat and possible flame contact will eventually cause the paint to peel. We offer no paint that can resist this inevitable result, but paint such as this could last a couple of seasons before you need to repaint the firebox.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on January 26, 2012

    Diana E
    from Minneapolis, MN asked:
    January 19, 2012
    Could I use this product to paint brass trim black? Do I need to be concerned about chipping and would I have to prime the trim first?
    1 Answer
    Indeed, you could use this product to refresh your fireplace doors. It may be beneficial to "rough up" those doors with sand paper prior to painting, though. This will help the paint adhere evenly and reduce the risk of your new paint chipping.
    Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist
    on January 19, 2012

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    By Karen from Kingwood, Texas on November 22, 2017
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Excellent paint
    Used this paint for the inside of our gas fireplace. One pint was not enough and ordered a second pint. Highly recommend this product
    By Earl from Saginaw, MI on March 25, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Rutland Black Stove Paint
    Great product. Easy to work with. Ordering process was very easy. Product delivered quickly.
    ProsExcellent coverage when painting on.
    ConsSlight smell at first when lighting up stove after coverage. Can't clean brushes with soap and water. (both minor)
    By Bette Niemi from Louisville, Kentucky on February 12, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Perfect Solution
    I purchased this product to paint the inside of my masonry fireplace. I used a cheap chip brush and a 7 inch roller to apply the paint - a pint covered the entire interior. I have a stainless steel vent free burner with cooper fire glass that is stunning against the flat black back drop!
    ProsExcellent coverage; dries to a flawless flat black finish!
    By Frank from Costa Mesa, CA on November 23, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Works Great!
    I used this to paint the back wall of my fireplace. It covered the wall evenly and smoothly. The quality is top notch.
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