wjamesm wrote:the paint was stove bright satin black . we fired it up outside on the skid steers forks and it smoked for awhile . now i just have to finish laying the tile hearth and install the the stone mantle and the through the roof vent system .
wjamesm wrote:but what about brush strokes . does anybody have a recommendation for a barometric damper.
franco b wrote:A good Rustoleum product is their high heat barbecue paint that you apply with a brush. Stays black too instead of gray. Spray cans are almost always too thin and part of the spray dries while still in the air. Most fine antique restorers don't even own a compressor and use a brush or pad.
I'd use grain alcohol