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Old 11-25-2014, 08:40 PM   #1
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What type of paint for stove and vent hood?

I recently bought a 1984 Sunline T-1550. It has a standard factory stove and vent hood. The stove and vent hood both need a paint job.

FYI - I have seen a few stove and vent hood refab projects on this site, and everybody used Hi-temp paint.
I've used Hi-temp spray can paint before, to paint my charcoal grill, but is very dull almost charcoal grey, not black.
Is there another Hi-temp spray paint?
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Old 11-25-2014, 09:04 PM   #2
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There is hi temp silver which I have used on engine blocks/exhaust manifolds. Some more fancy than others with different additives to make it smoother.

I have not yet had to paint the stove or range hood though. Just passing along the silver in case that might help

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The hood better not get hot enough to need high temp paint! But I bet the stove top could.
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The hood should not get hot but I would like the paint job to match.

I thought about hit-temp engine paint, but wasn't sure about the quality.
Thanks, for the tip.

From some of the pictures of refab stoves I've seen, looks like some have a finish on them.
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This company makes high temp stove paint that comes in different colors
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