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Rutland 1,200 Degree Black Stove Paint - 1 Pint

Rutland 1,200 Degree Black Stove Paint - 1 Pint

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Rutland
Rutland Part Numbers: 81
Item Number: RUT-81
UPC: 022624000815

Features

  • Dries quickly and evenly
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Adheres to surfaces without a primer
  • Makes cast iron and steel look like new
  • All-purpose flat black silicone resin paint
  • Can withstand 1,200 degrees F without peeling or blistering
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.

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Casey from Massachusetts asked:
Can I paint the interior surface of my fireplace?
Can I paint the interior surface of my fireplace?
Per Rutland, you can use their paint on the interior bricks of your masonry fireplace.
Answered by: Kathy O. on Sep 02, 2022

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Wendall from So burlington vt asked:
How do you clean the brush after use?
How do you clean the brush after use?
You can clean the brush with mineral spirits.
Answered by: Kathy O.

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Cam from Georgia asked:
Is a respirator really necessary when applying this paint?
Is a respirator really necessary when applying this paint?
Per the manufacturer, one is indeed recommended.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Len from Albuquerque, NM asked:
Can I wait a few months to fire up the stove after application?
Can I wait a few months to fire up the stove after application?
No, it is recommended to cure the paint after the second coat is dry to the touch. 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.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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