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Rust-Oleum Specialty

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1 qt. Bar-B-Que Black Satin High Heat Paint

$14.97 /each

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Use Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat 1 qt. Satin Oil Base BBQ Black Paint on grills, wood-burning stoves, radiators, engines and other metal items. This tough, protective enamel features an oil base and is formulated to effectively retains its color and finish when subjected to temperatures of up to 1,200 degrees fahrenheit.

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  • Apply on grills, wood-burning stoves, radiators, engines and other metal items
  • Not for use in areas directly exposed to flames, such as the interiors of grills and fireplaces
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications
  • 32 oz. can covers up to150 sq. ft.
  • Provides resistance to rust and corrosion
  • Protective enamel creates a rich, satiny finish
  • Easy to clean with mineral spirits
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Can this paint be used on heat registers in a house?

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April 2, 2016
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I moved into an old fixer-upper-house. The previous owner tried to paint the heat registers. They didn't do a very good job ... all the heat registers looked messy and junky.
I ended up buying all new (inexpensive) heat registers throughout the whole house. I bought all of them in taupe color. That worked out best for me and my house.
I guess it depends on your expertise and patience if painting the
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I moved into an old fixer-upper-house. The previous owner tried to paint the heat registers. They didn't do a very good job ... all the heat registers looked messy and junky.
I ended up buying all new (inexpensive) heat registers throughout the whole house. I bought all of them in taupe color. That worked out best for me and my house.
I guess it depends on your expertise and patience if painting the heat registers can work for you.
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November 10, 2015
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Our Bar-B-Que High Heat Paint will only cure after reaching temperatures much higher than the typical residential heat register. Instead, use Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Protective Enamel Spray Paint, which will withstand up to 200 degrees and is much more suitable for your project. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Stops-Rust-12-oz-Protective-Enamel-Satin-Black-Spray-Paint-7777830/100182541
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November 5, 2015
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Hi SjH2210,
You may use this paint on interior heat registers, however it is not necessary, as heat registers reach much lower temperatures than BAR-B-QUES.
Mike
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November 5, 2015
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Hi SjH2210,
You may use this on interior heat registers, however it is not necessary, as regular latex paint will work fine.
Mike
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Can this paint be used on stovetop grates?

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YES
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If, by stovetop grates you are referring to the grate that fits over a gas burner I would have to say no because of its direct exposure to the flame. If, however, that grate receives only the exposure to high heat and not direct contact with the source it should hold up well and not create any fumes after the initial heating process (as is true with most "new" items where the initial heating process Read More
If, by stovetop grates you are referring to the grate that fits over a gas burner I would have to say no because of its direct exposure to the flame. If, however, that grate receives only the exposure to high heat and not direct contact with the source it should hold up well and not create any fumes after the initial heating process (as is true with most "new" items where the initial heating process causes some slight odor and then dissipates. I have painted my double oven range and cooktop with this paint and have not seen any signs of early wear or deterioration from daily use of the burners. Read Less
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October 5, 2012
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Sorry, but Rust-Oleum High Heat should not be used on any surface that comes into direct contact with flames.
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October 5, 2012
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The High Heat products are meant for exterior parts, and are not made for areas that will come in direct contact with flame or that are to be cooked on.
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what kind of solvent is required for application

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This is an oil-based paint so you have to use mineral spirits or paint thinner for clean up.
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JUST PUT IT ON AS IT COME OUT OF THE CAN, NO NEED TO THIN.
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This product cleans up easily with mineral spirits.
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September 6, 2012
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No solvent is required. Here is how you apply the product.
Mix thoroughly to ensure any settled pigment is redispersed. Thin material only if necessary with mineral spirits. For brush or roller application, thin no more than 5%. Do not thin with gasoline, lacquer thinner, turpentine, etc. Apply with a good quality brush, nap roller, or conventional spray gun. A second coat is not recommended.
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will this paint adhere to granite? Fireplace has ugly granite I want to cover. No direct flame on granite

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I've painted over just about every surface in my house. If I was going to paint over granite I'd paint the granite first with Zinzer Bin 1-2-3 (water based) primer. If you use that primer, you can paint over any surface, literally. I have used it to paint brass, porcelain table lamps, high gloss vinyl, everything! Once you apply a coat of the Zinzer primer, you could then use this RustOleum black satin Read More
I've painted over just about every surface in my house. If I was going to paint over granite I'd paint the granite first with Zinzer Bin 1-2-3 (water based) primer. If you use that primer, you can paint over any surface, literally. I have used it to paint brass, porcelain table lamps, high gloss vinyl, everything! Once you apply a coat of the Zinzer primer, you could then use this RustOleum black satin paint and it would probably look great! Hope this helps! Read Less
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No, this would not be suitable for your job. This item is not for use in areas directly exposed to flames, such as the interiors of grills and fireplaces.
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Thank you for your question. We would not recommend using this product on a granite surface.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for fireplace@ I used this for the inside of my fireplace. After wire brushing the brick, then cleaning with TSP, I applied this high heat paint. It was thin enough for easy coverage in the crevasses of brick, but not too thin that it dripped. No dripping, no fighting to spread. Perfect. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AWESOME FOR UPDATING A BRASS FIREPLACE SURROUND The 20 year old brass fireplace surround in my living room was looking out of date and didn't match the new oiled bronze light fixtures and ceiling fan. I didn't want to spend $400 on an oiled bronze fireplace surround and decided to try the high heat black paint instead. I applied several coats of this bar-b-que high heat paint, using a small paint roller to give a smooth finish. There was no need for primer. I allowed each coat to dry thoroughly before applying the next coat, although this paint dries remarkably quickly. The end result is not really black black, possibly because I was painting over shiny brass, and it looks very much like a dark oiled bronze color. The finish is not matt, but not too glossy either. I got a "new" fireplace for $15 instead of $400. I couldn't be happier with the result! July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Results with Rustoleum High Heat Paint Desperate to keep my vintage double oven electric range which came in unsightly harvest gold I decided to try to paint it black. I bought the Rustoleum High Heat Paint in black and followed the directions, using a very small sponge roller to apply two coats. I was so thrilled with the results I also painted my refrigerator.. now for the first time in several years I have matching appliances. August 29, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Did what it was supposed to do i don't think this is a big seller. Had to be mixed thoroughly as it had settled and separated. After mixing it worked as intended. January 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WORK GREAT. USED THIS PAINT TO PAINT THE ENGINE ON MY MOTORCYCLE. IT LOOKS GREAT AND THE HEAT HAS NOT HURT IT AT ALL. BEEN 1 YEAR AND IT STILL LOOKS LIKE THE DAY I PAINTED IT. I WOULD TELL ALL MY FRIENDS TO USE IT. May 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to apply I used this product on the exhaust manifold of my 1967 Firebird convertible that I just finished restoring. It did a great job of covering the old paint and it looks great and, most importantly, is heat resistant. October 2, 2012
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