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Is it okay to paint the trim around the oven door on an electric stove and if so what kind of paint should be used?

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2005-09-21 06:36:06
2005-09-21 06:36:06

Ovens and the area around them get very warm and paint might have a hard time staying applied over a long period of time. Also it might be difficult to prevent brush strokes. On the other hand, Rust-Oleum makes a line of paints designed for high heat. Their paints are much more durable and would probably last. If the surface is metal, try sanding a bit to help the pain adhere, cleaning the surface well afterwards. Make sure you wear gloves for oil-based paints as they will NOT come off your hands easily! High heat paints: http://www.rustoleum.com/product.asp?frm_product_id=39&SBL=1

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