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Metallic Black Brush On Stove Paint 1 Pint

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MSRP: $32.95
Short description:
  • Color: Metallic Black 
  • Size: 1 Pint 
  • Brush on formula with single coverage
  • Silicone formula retains color with extended exposure to 1200°F / 650°C
  • Quick drying time in less than 30 minutes
  • Adhesion is excellent to prepared metal surfaces.
  • No need for primer due to tight bond to metal
  • Resistant Against Rust
  • Resists against marring and scratching
  • Not rated for food, grease and food chemicals, prolonged sun exposure
  • Don't paint inside a grill
  • Can not be used in a paint sprayer


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This brush/roll on stove paint is a high temperature paint that is heat resistant up to 1200º F (or 650ºC).The silicone formula retains color for longer;This stove paint also provides a rust and scratch resistant coating so not only are you freshening up the look of your stove, you’re also providing an extra layer of protection! The stove bright paint is high quality and is fast drying.This fire product comes in a pint can, a great size for applying it to your wood stove.High temperature paints will not produce a glossy porcelain finish.

Product is prefect to paint or touch up any type of hearth appliance. You can paint fireplace brick, ceramic fiber liners and masonry. Use for boilers, radiators and furnaces.

Stove Bright® is not approved by the FDA to be used on cooking surfaces that might come in contact with food.

PLEASE NOTE: We apologize but to do shipping restrictions paint can only be shipped ground and there will be no shipping to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.

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The description says pint, but the photo shows the amount being 1pt but then in parenthesis shows 0.946L which is a quart. What is the correct amount? $25 seems high for a pint, more the price for a quart.

Asked by Gary | 05-11-2019, 01:23 PM | 1 answer(s)
Last updated on April 19th 2022.
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