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1200 Degree F Stove Paint - 12 oz.

Item Code: 5RU-80

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Overview

We have a color to suit just about all of your needs! This high-temp paint is perfect for touching up old or marred fireplaces and woodstoves.

  • Tested to 1200° F
  • Rust Resistant
  • Resists scratching and marring
Details

Rutland 1200° F Stove Paint is a high quality flat black paint specially formulated to resist peeling and blistering when subjected to temperatures up to 1200° F. It renews and protects the finish on steel or cast iron stoves, ovens, grills, and cookers. Rutland 1200° F Stove Paint is non-graying and color-fast. It dries quickly to an even flat black finish.

  • A high quality flat black paint
  • Renews the finish on cast iron or steel
  • Non-toxic when dry
  • Resists peeling and blistering up to 1200° F
  • Adheres to clean surfaces without a primer
  • Fast drying and color-fast

It is recommended that Stove Bright primer is used before painting items that are going to be outdoors. For items that will remain indoors it is recommended to use Stove Bright prep and cleaner prior to painting the item.

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Specifications
  • 12 oz
  • A high quality flat black paint
  • Renews the finish on cast iron or steel
  • Non-toxic when dry
  • Resists peeling and blistering up to 1200° F
  • Adheres to clean surfaces without a primer
  • Fast drying and color-fast
Additional Information

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  Technical Data Sheet

Brand Rutland
Model 80
Shipping Weight (lbs) 1.0200
Actual Weight (lbs) 1.02
Paint Type High Temp
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