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Old 02-19-2006, 11:54 AM   #1
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Paint stovetop with high temp paint?

Looosy's stovetop is rusty and in need of help. My question is: does high temp paint off-gas toxic fumes when heated? My trailer is pretty small and I use the burner/inverted clay pot method for heating the place.

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Do a forums search for powder coat. Several folks have removed the top and had it powdercoated or - if it's stainless, polished out and buffed to shine.
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Anne-Marie,
We painted our with hi temp silver. As long as it's open when the burner is on it does not get hot on ours.

If I may...heating with the stove is a really bad idea, very dangerous. Is there something wrong with your furnace?
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I put BBQ paint on the burner bases. Gloss black, of course, and have had no problems. The spray can says it is good to 750 degrees.
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thanks for the input--high temp paint

hi all. Indeed, there is a problem with the wall furnace, hence the stove heating method.
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