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Posted 2013-04-09T01:18:45+0000  by Sgc Sgc
 

Hello SGC and Welcome to the community. We have a product for appliances called

 

Rust-Oleum Specialty12-oz. Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint


Rust-Oleum Specialty 12-oz. Specialty Appliance Epoxy

 

The Rust-Oleum Specialty 12-oz. Aerosol Epoxy is specifically formulated for use on indoor metal surfaces. It comes in a glossy color black, white, and almond that it’s a smooth, washable surface for appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, laundry machines and more. The epoxy dries to the touch in 2 hours for use indoors, and the 12-oz. can works on areas up to 15 sq. ft.

 

  • Tough, durable epoxy coating is formulated for the special needs of appliances, cabinets and other indoor metal applications For use on indoor metal surfaces
  • Superior abrasion and scratch-resistance
  • It is washable and moisture resistant finish and dries to the touch in as little as 2 hours
  • One 12-oz. can provides up to 15 sq ft. of coverage. No primer needed fo application
  • Self-leveling formula for a smooth, factory-like finish
  • Gloss finish
  • Provides a washable, moisture-resistant surface

 

For Stoves:

 

Rust-Oleum Specialty12-oz. Specialty High Heat Spray Paint

 

 

 

 Rust-Oleum Specialty 12-oz. Specialty High Heat Spray Paint

The Rust-Oleum Specialty 12-oz. High-Heat Aerosol Paint works well on grills, wood-burning stoves, engines and other metal items. It also comes in black, silver, almond, and white. It comes in a variety of colors and is great for use in temperatures up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit. The paint is rust- and corrosion-resistant for durability.

 

  • Oil-based formula resists heat up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 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
  • Flat finish
  • Oil-based formula helps prevent rust, corrosion and chipping
  • Resists heat up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit

 

 

I hope this informative was helpful let us know what else your working on?

Posted 2013-04-09T17:45:52+0000  by Soheil_HD_BOS

Hello Sgc and thank you for joining The Community! We are glad that you are here.

 

Yes, you can paint appliances!  There are several special precautions and preparation steps that must be followed.  Each product has specific temperature and humidity requirements for best results.   Be sure to use these specialty paints in an area with adequate ventilation.

 

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First the stove.  Paint colors include white, almond, black, and silver.

 

NOTE: The High Heat Specialty Paint is designed for use only on the front and sides of your stove.  It is designed to renew and protect metal surfaces subject to heat up to 1000oF (up to 1200oF with the High Heat Ultra).  This product is not designed for use on top or inside of your stove since it is NOT flame retardant.  The High Heat paint should NEVER come in contact with any surface exposed to open flame or in direct contact with food (such as a grill grate). Priming is not recommended.

 

Remove all dirt, grease, oil, and contaminants by washing the surface with a commercial detergent. Rinse with fresh water and allow to thoroughly dry. Remove loose paint and rust with a wire brush or sandpaper.  Smooth, hard, or glossy finishes should be scarified (by sanding) to create a surface profile. Complete application instructions – including appropriate temperature and humidity conditions - can be found on the product label. 

 

One 32 oz. can covers up to 150 square feet.

One 12 oz. can covers up to 15 square feet.

 

 

 

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Now for the refrigerator!  Paint colors include white, almond, black, and stainless.

 

NOTE: These products are NOT designed for use on objects exposed to heat or for surfaces that exceed 200oF when heated. Priming is not recommended before using Appliance Epoxy products.

 

You need to remove loose paint and rust with a wire brush or sandpaper.  Then lightly sand the glossy surfaces.  Clean the refrigerator with soap and water; rinse and let dry.  Thoroughly stir the paint.  For large surfaces, use a good quality foam roller that is designed to give a smooth finish.  For small areas, use a good quality brush.   Apply light, even coats to ensure an even flow and finish.  Complete application instructions – including appropriate temperature and humidity conditions - can be found on the product label.  Touch-up kits are available.

 

One 32 oz. can covers up to 120 square feet with 2 coats.

One 12 oz. spray can covers up to 7 square feet.

 

 

For both projects, be sure to thoroughly follow the application instructions that pertain to applying a second coat (the times vary by product).  To keep your appliances looking their best, use only the recommended cleaning methods and products on the newly painted surfaces.

 

 

Best wishes on your project!

 

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Posted 2013-04-09T17:46:00+0000  by Eileen_HD_ATL
 
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