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Old 07-21-2004, 05:47 PM   #15
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Quality powder coating is the way to go. We had original enameled grates on our home stove and when we replace them after about twenty years and they were powder coated. We were skeptical at first but really like how they have held up.
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Old 07-21-2004, 05:58 PM   #16
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Hmm, a day with Por-15 Black Velvet and a wire brush is sounding more and more tempting...Thanks to all for the suggestions!

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I just purchased a pint of POR 15 Black Velvet for $28. I will let you know how my burners turn out.
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Old 02-27-2005, 12:09 AM   #17
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I just purchased a pint of POR 15 Black Velvet for $28. I will let you know how my burners turn out.
I am now very curious...
How did the burners turn out using POR 15?
You left us all hanging!
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I am now very curious...
How did the burners turn out using POR 15?
You left us all hanging!
Lou
I haven't reported back yet because we haven't hooked up propane to the stove yet! The burners look good, albeit it is more of a matte finish vs a gloss finish...but I won't know until this summer whether or not they hold up under a flame.
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I haven't reported back yet because we haven't hooked up propane to the stove yet! The burners look good, albeit it is more of a matte finish vs a gloss finish...but I won't know until this summer whether or not they hold up under a flame.
You mean you won't go out there and try it right now for little ole' me?
Thanks for letting me know.
What POR-15 did you use? What source did you get it from?
Thanks bunches!
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You mean you won't go out there and try it right now for little ole' me?
Thanks for letting me know.
What POR-15 did you use? What source did you get it from?
Thanks bunches!
The answers to your questions are already part of this thread.
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