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Rust-Oleum Specialty

Model 7751830

Internet #100189390

Store SKU #243110

12 oz. White High Heat Spray Paint

$3.76 /each

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The Rust-Oleum Specialty 12 oz. High Heat Aerosol Paint works well on grills, wood-burning stoves, engines and other metal items. It comes in a variety of colors and is great for use in temperatures up to 1,200 degrees fahrenheit. The paint is rust and corrosion resistant for durability.

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  • Oil-based formula resists heat up to 1200 degrees fahrenheit
  • For use on grills, wood-burning stoves, engines and other objects that are exposed to high temperatures
  • May recoat within 1 hour or after 48 hours, allow paint to dry 1 hour before heating, dries to the touch in 1/2 hour and to handle in 1-2 hours
  • 12 oz. can provides coverage for up to 15 sq. ft.
  • Easy application
  • Flat finish
  • Oil-based formula helps prevent rust, corrosion and chipping
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Will this paint work well on an electric range top?

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Sacramento, Ca.
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January 21, 2015
I need to do some touch up painting on my GE electric range.
I bought some white appliance paint but it says it is not to be
used on range tops due to the heat factor.

Will this one work or can you recommend another a spray paint for my range top?
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September 19, 2015
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Stoves are actually powder coated not painted. I touched up a few chipped places with regular appliance epoxy repair on mine, but they were small and not very near the heat source. The cost and trouble of taking it apart to get it powder coated may be cost prohibitive. I have more rust on the sides. I am trying to get the rust off then treat it with something to prevent rust. I am not sure if I will Read More
Stoves are actually powder coated not painted. I touched up a few chipped places with regular appliance epoxy repair on mine, but they were small and not very near the heat source. The cost and trouble of taking it apart to get it powder coated may be cost prohibitive. I have more rust on the sides. I am trying to get the rust off then treat it with something to prevent rust. I am not sure if I will actually use any type of paint due to the large area affected and the heat from the oven or if I have to I plan to use magnets to attach a metal covering to the sides to cover the area. Read Less
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March 14, 2015
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I just purchased this paint for an old barbecue. While it may work OK for my old junk it is not designed for a stove at all!!!!! This particular can is "Satin". It almost looks like a flat paint. There are paints out there for you, I would think. But this paint, even if it were white, is not the paint for your stove top. They do sell gloss, but even then I wouldn't recommend. You need a 2 part epoxy of Read More
I just purchased this paint for an old barbecue. While it may work OK for my old junk it is not designed for a stove at all!!!!! This particular can is "Satin". It almost looks like a flat paint. There are paints out there for you, I would think. But this paint, even if it were white, is not the paint for your stove top. They do sell gloss, but even then I wouldn't recommend. You need a 2 part epoxy of sorts. This enamel from a can is not designed for all the cleaning products out there. Sorry!!! Read Less
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Orange, Ca.
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January 22, 2015
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Hi Feather, I contacted Rust-Oleum technical to get you an answer.
Rust-Oleum stated that they do not produce a product that you can use on an electric range.
I did contact GE and found out that they carry a touch up paint for electric ranges. You can contact them at 1-877-759-8688 M-F 7:30am-6:00pm (CST). Hope that gets you headed in the right direction.
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Can I use this to paint an electric baseboard heater?

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May 20, 2016
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We recommend testing the surface temperature before choosing a spray paint, Jacika. If the surface temperature reaches higher than 200°F, Rust-Oleum High Heat Spray Paint is ideal for your application to a metal heater. However, if the surface temperature does not reach 200°F, for best results, use Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Protective Enamel Spray Paint. Read More
We recommend testing the surface temperature before choosing a spray paint, Jacika. If the surface temperature reaches higher than 200°F, Rust-Oleum High Heat Spray Paint is ideal for your application to a metal heater. However, if the surface temperature does not reach 200°F, for best results, use Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Protective Enamel Spray Paint. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Stops-Rust-12-oz-Protective-Enamel-Flat-White-Spray-Paint-7790830/100196386 Read Less
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May 19, 2016
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Yes, you can use this to paint an electric baseboard heater.
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Will this work to paint a yellowed Nutone dual heat lamp cover?

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April 4, 2016
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If the heat lamp is made of metal, yes, Rust-Oleum High Heat Spray Paint is ideal for this application.
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April 2, 2016
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This product can paint metal surfaces exposed to temperatures up to 1,200 degrees F.
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Will the White high Heat Spray Paint work well on an interior radiator?

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July 29, 2015
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Tom, we do not suggest High Heat Spray Paint for use on radiators inside. Luckily, many of our paints can be applied to surfaces that don’t exceed 200 degrees, and most radiators do not reach temperatures this high. To test our theory, turn the radiator on and flick some water on it. If it sizzles, it is over 200 degrees. If sizzling does not occur, we suggest Rust-Oleum Painters Touch for your radiator. Read More
Tom, we do not suggest High Heat Spray Paint for use on radiators inside. Luckily, many of our paints can be applied to surfaces that don’t exceed 200 degrees, and most radiators do not reach temperatures this high. To test our theory, turn the radiator on and flick some water on it. If it sizzles, it is over 200 degrees. If sizzling does not occur, we suggest Rust-Oleum Painters Touch for your radiator. We also suggest that after painting, you turn your radiator on and open the windows to let it cure completely when ventilation is possible. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Painter-s-Touch-32-oz-Ultra-Cover-Semi-Gloss-White-General-Purpose-Paint-1993502/100204833 Read Less
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July 24, 2015
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This product is ideal for the exterior of barbecue grills, wood stoves, radiators, fire pits, fireplace screens, automotive parts, and more.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Coverage not great, but for high heat...? For a high heat spray paint that's in stock and ready for pick up, it served the purpose, but I definitely agree with the other reviewers that the coverage is lacking. One can covered a little more than the front of one of these radiator covers and it took a couple coats to get even. November 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solid paint Used this paint on an old hot water home radiator. Metal takes a lot of paint to hide darkness of metal. I believe that is normal for paints. Well performing, no clog. Defiantly need ventilation with high fume smell. One radiator required 3 cans. Re coat within one hour or after 48 hours so can do all coats in one shot. Pardon the construction dust in picture! January 31, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy I gave this paint a try on an old wood stove, and it was a waste of money. Bad coverage, patchy, did not adhere to bare metal at all. Can says right on the back "priming not recommended" I figured...well, maybe if I just do a lot of light coats it will even out. Four cans later, still just as bad. I hope the next paint I get will just go over this garbage, because I do not want to have to waste more money stripping it all off. I know I will never buy any of this again. December 25, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a good coverage at all! The coverage is very poor. I sprayed our fireplace surround which is black metal. I used 3 cans and it still didn't cover very well despite of shaking the can quite often. Really disappointed! And I have a lot of experience. September 16, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good coverage Used 2 cans on a radiator. All the spots where I scraped off the old paint and it was bare metal did not cover at all. Had to buy 2 more cans of spray paint (different brand) and that paint worked well. Was very disappointed. Would not purchase this rust-oleum brand again. December 28, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by perfect for repainting lights My parents house had some old Halogen fixtures that had yellowed from the heat of a decade of use. After cleaning and a light sanding this paint worked fine. April 13, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of money Terrible coverage. Painting duct work and did notcover up. Waste of money. November 25, 2012
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