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How do I repaint my barbeque or smoker with high temp bbq paint?
This step-by-step video will teach you all the necessary steps to repaint your barbeque:
Prepare your bbq surface for high temp bbq paint
Remove all grease from the surface
Sand the surface with fine-grit sandpaper
Remove debris and wipe down the surface with acetone or our paint prep product
Tape off any areas necessary
Paint your barbeque
Paint in a well-ventilated area
Add an initial light mist coat
Add a second flow coat
Add a third flow coat
Remove any tape or protective material
Cure the high temp bbq paint by burning a hot fire in your barbeque. There will be some off-gassing as the coating cures.
The curing process will make your barbeque coating stronger and last longer.
Why do you need high temp bbq paint instead of standard paint for restoring your bbq?
High temp bbq paint endures the heating and cooling cycle with little effect on film quality or adhesion. Regular paints will break down in temperatures that exceed 350° F. The protective film fully encapsulates the substrate and pigments and binders are rated for high temperatures. After curing, the paint creates cross-linked silicone polymer chains that strengthen the coating. A regular paint will be likely to peel, flake, or signs of corrosion if applied to a high temp surface such as a barbeque.
What colors are available for a high temp bbq paint?