tmbrddl wrote:Thanks for the help. While we're at it...stove black or spray paint and if I use paint, should I prime the stove first?
Thermalux is what some of the stove shops use. And, that's what Wilson used on my Glenwood #6.http://stovepaint.com/
I've been using the Thermalux black and silver on antique auto exhaust systems for about six years now. No need of a primer. It adheres better, goes on thicker, and gives much better corrosion resistance than the autoparts store, high-temp exhaust paints, or the hardware store BBQ paints.
Just make sure the surfaces your painting are VERY clean. I only use it over freshly sandblasted, or beadblasted surfaces that are solvent washed just before painting.
Comes in rattle cans, or quarts/gallons.