Paint Under Oven Bubbling


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Old 10-01-20, 01:30 PM
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Paint Under Oven Bubbling

Hello! I have a wooden drawer that is part of the cabinets that I painted. The paint bubbled up on the 3 inches or so that is near the oven. I decided to repaint it, so I sanded it down and then thought I should ask if there is any protective coating I could put on it first to prevent it from happening again.

I see heat resistant spray paints for BBQs and engines. Could I use something like that on wood?? Or is there something else that would work better. Thanks!
 
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Old 10-01-20, 02:22 PM
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The wood shouldn't have gotten hot enough to make the paint bubble, if it does then there is an issue with the oven. It's more likely there was a contaminant on the wood that repelled the fresh paint.


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Old 10-01-20, 02:22 PM
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Putting something over the top won't help when the problem is adhesion of the paint. A better grade of paint and better prep before painting might help. There is probably a lot more to this story that we don't know.
 
 

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