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Black Firebox and Stove Paint
Make Your Firebox Look Brand New with High Temperature Fireplace Firebox Paint by Brick Anew!
Your firebox takes the heat - and suffers some of the most extensive damage from smoke and accumulated soot.
Our 16oz can of black firebox paint conceals everything from creosote to soot stains, providing the perfect backdrop for your fire.
Black Fireplace Paint is formulated to withstand temperatures as high as 1200 degrees without cracking, peeling, or blistering.
There are many great reasons to use firebox paint, check out our Brick-Anew Paint Colors for more!
- Rutland high temperature stove paint is great for touching up more than just stoves- Anything made of steel or cast iron can benefit from a few coats of this silicone resin paint, including barbecue grills, fireplace tools, and chimney caps.
- Rutland Black Grill/Stove/ Firebox Paint Covers Soot Stains Beautifully Review by Wendy (Staff)
I see pictures of fireplaces every day where people get a new mantel, fireplace doors or paint their brick and they are so proud of their "new' fireplace. And it looks great...except for one thing. The sooty, stained firebox. You know...the inside of the fireplace where you build the fire. Painting the firebox black hides soot stains and makes the firebox look like new. Rutland makes a black, high-temperature grill and stove paint that withstands temperatures up to 1200 degrees without blistering or peeling. It comes in a pint container and you brush it on. The only downside is the strong fumes, so be sure to open windows and doors until it dries and the smell is gone. It definitely adds that finishing touch to your fireplace! (Posted on 2/25/2015)
- Black Fireplace Paint Review by TOMS CORNER.....Staff
TOMS CORNER...........Hey, Welcome to Tom's Corner. $19.50 might sound like you are paying a premium for your Fireplace Paint. In some ways its true, however now that your fireplace surround brick is looking shiny new, why not dress up the metal fireplace? Only a high heat paint (1,200 degree) can protect the area, not standard trim paint. The paint can also be used for painting the firebrick inside the fireplace. Now your fireplace accents your project.
Got a little paint left over, then touch up any metal (like the mail box, etc).
Thanks for visiting Tom's Corner, if you have any questions please contact us at 800-897-7175............Tom (Posted on 7/14/2014)