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topic 3430

Need Source for Heat Resistant Paint > 300 deg F


1999

Can anybody help?

I need to find a source for heat resistant paint in different colors. I need at least brown- but yellow, orange, red, blue, and white would be awesome. I'm not sure what temp it has to go up to, but 300 F is a good guess.

Oh yeah, I need it in a hurry too.

Adam s [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Pasadena, California


2000

Adam - any luck? - I'm doing the same research for White Heat Paint (for radiators).

Please let me know if you found any leads (sorry I couldn't help).

PB

Peter B [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Staten Island, New York


2003

I too am looking for such a paint. Any luck?

Pamela H [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Toronto, Ontario, Canada


2003

Any luck on the search? This site came up when I googled on white heat-resistant paint. I also found Chase Product High Heat White Spray Enamel but no luck on where to buy it yet. Any leads are appreciated.

Thanks,

Jens L [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Brooklyn, New York


2004

JCWhitney has a product with multiple colors that resists heat up to 900 degrees F. I believe the name of the product is "Brake Drum and Rotor and Caliper Paint".

I believe you can order two spray cans that each have 11 ounces of product in them. I hope this helps if you all are still looking for heat resistant paint.

Dave [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Janesville, Wisconsin


2007

Try a place call Exotic Flames, They have 3 different whites and green, tan, red, black. You can google them.

Angie Hansen
- Meridian, Idaho


High Heat 2000 Degree Spray Paint, Flat Aluminum

Hi-Temp Red Paint

Krylon High Heat & Radiator Spray Paint, White

2007

Adam, 300 deg isn't really "high heat" as paints go; many are rated to 1200 deg. and more.

Peter, Pamela, I've used regular interior house paint on radiators with no problems. They are unlikely to even reach 212 deg (boiling point of water).

Jens, Chase Products has a website where you can buy it online.

Dave, Angie, thanks.

You can buy high temperature paint on line from Amazon, as seen in the listings to the right. Good luck all.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
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October 28, 2009

Hi everyone,
please check this Akzo Nobel Intertherm 228, its a white paint and withstands 230 °C / 446 deg. faren..

alternatively there is this Berger make primer (grey colour) that can withstand a temperature of 300 °C..
hope the above serves your purpose,
take care cya

Harshal Chavan
- Mumbai, India



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