Where to find high temerature paint or seramic paint to repair oven?


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Old 09-19-23, 09:53 AM
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Where to find high temerature paint or seramic paint to repair oven?

Hello,

My oven has a few places where the finish is damaged.

Is there a product that I can use to cover the exposed raw metal with high temerature paint or ceramic kit?

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09-19-23, 11:45 AM
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That particular paint you linked is rated up to 900F. I would have no clue if such a paint was classified as 'food safe' and doubt that it is because it's not made for the purpose of touching-up paint inside an oven. .

I know from personal experience that once caliper paint cures it's solid and very hard which I can't imagine oven heat is going to cause a small bit of cured caliper paint used as touch-up purposes to release any harmful compounds, but that is up to you to decide.

You may want to look into microwave oven touch-up paint or contact the manufacturer of your oven.
 
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Old 09-19-23, 10:05 AM
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Try auto brake caliper epoxy paint, available in auto parts stores. Some can withstand super high 2,000F temperatures.
 

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Old 09-19-23, 11:17 AM
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@Kooter,

Do you refer to something like this?

VHT SP732 Bright Blue Brake Caliper Paint Can
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Rust-Oleum 260771 Automotive High Heat Spray Paint, 11 oz, Clear

Is this product food safe?

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That particular paint you linked is rated up to 900F. I would have no clue if such a paint was classified as 'food safe' and doubt that it is because it's not made for the purpose of touching-up paint inside an oven. .

I know from personal experience that once caliper paint cures it's solid and very hard which I can't imagine oven heat is going to cause a small bit of cured caliper paint used as touch-up purposes to release any harmful compounds, but that is up to you to decide.

You may want to look into microwave oven touch-up paint or contact the manufacturer of your oven.
 
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