Hi-Heat Paint Aerosol Spray Can | 12 oz.

Hi-Heat Paint Aerosol Spray Can | 12 oz.
 
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SKU BF1
Shipping Weight ** 1.10 lbs
Product Type Other Part
Our price: $8.19

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BLACK HI-TEMP PAINT

Refresh the look of your barbecue with a smooth, black coat of hi-temp paint that has been specifically made for reconditioning most gas, electric, and charcoal BBQs. Formulated with extra silicone for superior protection and coverage.

  • Suited for heat up to 1200˚F (648˚C)
  • 12 oz. aerosol spray can
  • For use on the outside of grill only
  • > DO NOT USE ON HOT GRILL OR GRILL IN OPERATION
  • > USE IN WELL-VENTILATED AREA

INSTRUCTIONS

BEFORE PAINT PREP WORK

  • The surface must be free of grease, rust & wax
  • Use degreaser spray to remove grease before painting your grill
  • Mask off or protect areas from overspray
  • Allow can to warm to room temperature before use
  • SHAKE can until metal ball rattles, then continue to shake for at least two minutes. When it stops rattling, you have shaken it up completely.

PAINTING

  • Move can with smooth, even, dusting strikes, letting paint become tacky between coats
  • Only apply enough paint for coverage; excessive spraying may result in runs
  • Never spray with the valve partially open; press the spray tip all the way down
  • If spray stops or becomes irregular, rotate spray head from side to side without removing from the valve. This will usually clear the spray head.
  • After use, invert can and spray for 2-3 seconds to clear the valve and spray tip before storing

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No, this paint is intended for the outside of the grill. If you grids are rusting, treat them with cooking oil, like you would a cast iron skillet. And remember, never use a stainless steel brush to clean your cooking grids. It is too abrasive. It causes scratches, which become cracks in the porcelain coating and will chip off and rust. Only use a brass bristle brush or wad up a piece of aluminum foil and clean the grids.
 
Answered by GPS on May 28, 2019


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Asked by Steven Back on Nov 16, 2019
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This Hi-Temp black paint is not brand specific. Since Ducane is no longer in business, I do know where you can get "Ducane Black" paint.
 
Answered by Susan on Nov 25, 2019


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Asked by Bigwig505 on Jul 31, 2019
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This paint is for the outside of the grill. If you have flakes on the inside, it carbon build up. Just use a wire brush to clean it off.
 
Answered by GPS on Jul 31, 2019


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