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 Firebox Paint is a heat resistant paint, formulated to withstand temperatures as high as 1200 degrees without cracking, peeling, or blistering.
RUTLAND 1200°F Hi-Temp Flat Black Brush-On Paint is specially formulated to resist peeling and blistering in temperatures up to 1200°F. Renews the finish on natural cast iron, grills, ovens, or cookers – anywhere a high-temperature-resistant, flat black coating is needed. This quality high heat paint paint is great for grills, stoves, smokers, stove pipes, fireplace inserts, furnaces, barbecues, mailboxes, lampposts, fireplace tools, brass, firebrick, and chimney caps. Use with confidence that your paint will look great for years to come all while keeping rust at bay.
- 16 fl oz Can
- Flat black
- Contains no lead, fluorocarbons, or vinyl chloride
- No primer needed
- 1 year UV resistance after application
- Fast drying and color-fast
- Non-toxic when dry
- Weather- and heat-resistant
- At least two layers are recommended
- Heat cure is not required for two layers, but best results are obtained after heat curing
- Not for direct food contact
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Adheres to steel, cast iron, aluminum, brick
- Great for grills, stoves, smokers, stove pipes, or chimney caps
- No primer needed
- Available in flat black
Can be used to paint the inside of a masonry firebox
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Toluene, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
- Wear protective gloves and eyewear. Prepare surface by removing all loose, scaly material and sanding rusty spots with fine sandpaper. Remove any polish or wax with lacquer thinner. DO NOT THIN PAINT. Stir paint until uniform throughout.
Brush on COLD SURFACE. FIRE MUST BE COMPLETELY OUT. At least 2 layers of paint are recommended. For best results, allow paint to air-dry for 24 hours, then heat cure to 500°F. Be sure all paint is dry before re-firing. Provide ventilation when firing for the first time after painting. Some smoke and odors are given off during this process.
Heat cure is recommended for best results. For 3+ layers, heat cure is required.
For more information on this product you can contact Rutland at:
Rutland Customer Service
1430 Environ Way
Chapel Hill, NC 27517