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12 oz. High Heat Ultra Semi-Gloss Black Spray Paint

  • High heat spray paint resists temp up to 1200°F with rich color
  • Tough protective enamel offers superior color retention
  • Covers up to 8 sq. ft. per can for indoor or outdoor use
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Product Overview

The Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Ultra spray paint is a premium fast-drying formula offers superior durability and color retention for indoor and outdoor high-hear applications. Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Spray retains color and finish up to 1200 F. The best high heat paint in the market place. Semi-Gloss sheen.
  • Oil-based formula resists heat up to 1200F
  • 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
  • Resists heat up to 1200F
  • Oil-based formula helps prevent rust, corrosion and chipping
  • Product may vary by store
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
12 Ounce

Details

Application Method
Aerosol
Base Material
Oil Based
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Ultra Black
Coverage Area (sq. ft)
20
Dry to touch (min.)
30
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number per Package
1
Paint & Primer in One
No
Paint Key Features
High Heat,Rust Preventative
Paint Product Form
Aerosol Spray
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Mineral Spirits
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Rubberized Coatings & Dips
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Semi-Gloss
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Metal
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

Questions & Answers

91Questions28Answers

Can this be used to cover brass on a gas fireplace enclosure? Is semigloss better than flat for t...

Asked by kiki May 24, 2021
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I honestly wouldn’t cover the brass that’s super pretty but if you were to do it I think this would work just fine

Can I use this inside of the gas grill? The material is stainless steel.

Asked by Av April 25, 2021
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Answers

Yes it will be ok because its high heat paint.

Can I paint the exterior of a brick pizza oven?

Asked by NAR April 10, 2021
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Yes it high heat paint so it will be okay.

Can this be used to paint cast iron hot water radiators ?

Asked by Eric March 18, 2021
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Answer

Happy to help, Eric! Rust-Oleum Specialty Ultra High Heat Spray Paint is intended for use on metal surfaces that reach temperatures above 250°F. If the surface does not get that hot, than our regular spray paint lines can be used. Such as our Stops Rust, Ultra Cover 2X or Universal Spray Paint and Primer in One lines. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

Is this ok for painting galvanized steel?

Asked by AR March 2, 2021
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Yes you can.

We have a Samsung elec stove, < 2 yrs old. The oven burner (per appliance repair guy) is too close to floor of oven, therefore, heat burned off

Asked by JVE February 28, 2021
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We can understand that may be frustrating for you. The Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Spray Paint is designed to handle surfaces that go up to 1200 °F. We do suggest generally that this product is applied over a surface that exceeds 350 °F to ensure best results. If your surface doesn't get that warm, you may be able to consider our standard aerosols as they handle up to 200°F. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 1

I want to paint the round gas plate covers on the burners of my stove. I think they are cast iro...

Asked by Sue January 1, 2021
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I have painted ours and others. It is good to 1200 degrees.

Can this be used over stainless steel oven door?

Asked by Renee January 1, 2021
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Answer

Thanks for reaching out Renee! Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Spray Paint is designed for application to high heat surface like the exterior of barbeque grills and wood burning stove. High Heat cannot be applied on a stainless steel oven door. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

Can this be used on the inside of a fireplace?

Asked by CD November 23, 2020
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Answer

Thanks for reaching out to us! The Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Spray Paint can handle up to 1200°F of indirect heat. The inside of a fireplace would actually be considered direct and the paint would not hold up properly. We do not have any products we can suggest for the inside of a fireplace. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 1

Inside of oven is porcelain but has some scratches, will this product work!

Asked by Scla24 November 13, 2020
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Do not use on the inside of an oven. It will give off noxious fumes when heated up even long after it has dried.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 417 reviews
  • 86% recommend this product
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Great coverage
The only reason I didn't give the product 5 stars is because I have not used my grill yet. The coverage is great even after one coat. I bought 2 cans so went ahead and put a second coat on. My husband thought I bought a new grill. I recommend this product.
by TMo
From drab to fab on the smoker!!...
From drab to fab on the smoker!!
by HomeDepotCustomer
Used this to protect my new fire pit. Sprayed it and used it a couple hours later. Looks great!...
Used this to protect my new fire pit. Sprayed it and used it a couple hours later. Looks great! I needed 2 cans because the pit was large.
by PickyPants
1 person found this helpful
Rustoleum Guy says.....
Down below the official Rustoleum Guy just said that the reason the dude's paint was peeling was because he didn't cure it. "Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Spray must be heated to at least 400ºF for 1 hour in order for it to cure properly. If you don't as soon as the paint is fully dry, the paint will not be able to adhere well to the metal and will flake off as you described. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5". Well jeez that sounds important. Maybe they should have put that on the LABEL?? I just read the entire label - it's tiny but I don't see any mention about heating to 400F. The only reference to curing/drying says THIS: "Allow paint to dry 1 hour before heating. It may emit smoke and harmless odor at first. Dries to the touch in 1/2 hour and to handle in 1-2 hours." So I guess since I didn't heat my freshly painted grill to 400 F AS SOON AS THE PAINT WAS FULLY DRY -- I'm doomed to have peeling paint?? Someone else please read the label I must be missing it....?
by blippitydar
Response from Rust-OleumSupportJul 27, 2020
Thanks for bringing this to our attention! We want to hear more about your experience with Rust-Oleum Specialty High Heat Spray and try to make things right with you. Please feel free to call us at (800) 481-4785 to talk about this more and make sure to have the product handy! - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5 Rustoleum
5 people found this helpful
Used the semi-gloss high-heat black to paint my out-of-date tarnished brass fireplace doors, bras...
Used the semi-gloss high-heat black to paint my out-of-date tarnished brass fireplace doors, brass fireplace tool handles; and brass ring at the bottom of the tool holder. I painted the tools and holder outside, but the doors in-place (with windows open and fans going, after completely cleaning out the fireplace and masking the brick surround). YouTube video showed me the steps. The paint dried quickly and we all love the updated look. It took one entire can, 3-4 coats, but that did it all. The semi-gloss finish makes it easy to clean now, which I was afraid wouldn't be the case with the matte version (bought both). I had used the Rustoleum chalk Ultra-white to refinish a tired old vanity and that worked great too!
by ShelmomPA
Worked really well and dried quickly...
Worked really well and dried quickly
by Geri
20 years and still good!
I repainted all my patio furntiure (heavy iron and cast aluminum outdoor chairs) from green to Black. I prepped/sanded well first. I used high heat black because i live in Arizona. My furniture us now 20 yrs old and looking great still! I leave them outside with no covers all year long. Prep and this paint is amazing! Beware of the negative reviews uf tge arent prepping well. Doing my sons chaurs and a fire pit now. Only wish they had a glossy white high heat.
by Beth
This enamel paint is great. Good coverage the first time and very durable finish once dried.
This enamel paint is great. Good coverage the first time and very durable finish once dried.
by Farquest
My fire pit was left uncovered over the winter and developed a lot of rust.I sanded the most of t...
My fire pit was left uncovered over the winter and developed a lot of rust.I sanded the most of the rust off and then used this spray paint. This gave me great coverage for my fire pit. We used the fire pit the next day and everything worked well and looked great. I didn't get a weird smell or anything.
by Pleasewithmypit
1 person found this helpful
I repainted my grill and it looks like new!
I repainted my grill and it looks like new!
by airbrush
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