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
Yes it will be ok because its high heat paint.
Yes it high heat paint so it will be okay.
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
Yes you can.
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 have painted ours and others. It is good to 1200 degrees.
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
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
Do not use on the inside of an oven. It will give off noxious fumes when heated up even long after it has dried.