New Coat High Temp Paint is a self-priming, silicone-based, low sheen and heat resistant paint. It may be painted directly onto cast iron, steel and stainless steel. It is suitable for painting pot-belly stoves, heaters, ovens, flues, barbecues and exhaust manifolds.
PREPARATION: Clean surface thoroughly. Remove all traces of grease, oil, dirt, and rust. Sand previously painted surfaces lightly. Wipe with mineral turps and allow to dry.
BEFORE SPRAYING: Cover all areas to protect from spray mist. Shake can vigorously for one minute before spraying and occasionally during use.
APPLICATION: Choose a dry, well-ventilated area. Do not apply when the temperature is below 15˚C, above 30˚C, or in high humidity. For optimum appearance and rust protection, hold can upright, approximately 20cm from surface and apply a pre-wetting mist coat, followed by a full even coat. Repeat if necessary. Avoid spraying too close to the surface or too thick a coat.
DRY TIME: Touch dry in 3 hours. Handle in 12 hours at temperatures between 15˚C and 25˚C. Recoat after 16 hours. Longer drying time needed in cold or damp/humid weather. Allow 24 hours between drying and curing.
CURING: It is important that the article is cured to achieve hard-dry conditions. Raise heat gradually. Fumes and smoke may be emitted during this time.
CLEAN UP: Clean the valve after use to prevent blocking. Turn the can upside down and press the valve until only gas emerges. Clean overspray while still wet with mineral turps.
COVERAGE: Approx. 1-1.2 sq metres.
If I want to remove the paint how do I get it off?
A heat gun or sandblaster will do the trick.
Is a primer required before using New Coat High Temp Spray paint?
No, no primer is required.
Is it ok to paint over a potbelly stove polish, that has been previously had stove polish applied to it?
No, you are best to stick with stove polish however, if you do want to use paint, you will need to sand back the stove and ensure all traces of stove polish are removed.
If I paint my range hood, will the Hi-T paint still cure?
Yes, the heat coming from the stovetop will be enough to cure it.
What is the VOC Content in grams per litre of your New Coat High Temp Spray Paint?
The VOC is approximately 440grams/ litre.
*Please note that the VOC is calculated according to the definition of what constitutes a VOC under Australian considerations and what is used by APAS (Australian Paints Approval Scheme), which is the defining body in Australia.