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Old 07-19-2011, 11:07 PM   #1
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does anyone know what paint to use to cover the lid of the stove? It was painted white, but I don"t think it is safe. unless It has to be sand blasted
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Old 07-20-2011, 01:29 PM   #2
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This is the stove cover? You could use some appliance paint. I think Rustoleum makes it in white and almond.
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If you're talking about the part the burners poke through... make certain it's HIGH TEMP paint, or it's going to peel and bubble and burn off and stink while it's doing it. If you're talking about the part that covers the ENTIRE stove (burners and all), then Matt has it right.

So, which is it? Best of luck!
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This is the stove cover? You could use some appliance paint. I think Rustoleum makes it in white and almond.
thanx for the reply, I don't have a top cover, it's the part that the burners pop through
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If you're talking about the part the burners poke through... make certain it's HIGH TEMP paint, or it's going to peel and bubble and burn off and stink while it's doing it. If you're talking about the part that covers the ENTIRE stove (burners and all), then Matt has it right.

So, which is it? Best of luck!
thanx for the reply it is the part where the burners pop through. Also can you paint the inside where all the electrical is?
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Maybe you can give the burners a good wire brushing and don't let the paint clog any air vents or burner holes.
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Maybe you can give the burners a good wire brushing and don't let the paint clog any air vents or burner holes.
Hi thanks for the reply, it's the lid that is on top of the burners where the burners pop through. I have no lid on top.
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