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Old 10-10-00, 09:04 PM
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i am trying to paint my stove with appliance paint..........unsucessfully twice.....i remove the old paint and the new paint still comes off after couple of weeks...i let it dry the required time before using it.....help
 
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Old 10-18-00, 10:18 AM
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quote:<HR>Originally posted by mstrug:
i am trying to paint my stove with appliance paint..........unsucessfully twice.....i remove the old paint and the new paint still comes off after couple of weeks...i let it dry the required time before using it.....help <HR>


Hi - we have painted our stove twice. Both times the actual process worked beautifully. We sanded the paint, took the stove to an auto repair shop, and had them repaint it. The first time we used all white but found that the area around the burners turned yellow from the constant high heat so we removed the top section and brought that in to be done in black. So far it has worked like a charm but I avoid using anything abrasive to clean it. Will do it again if need be - have a great stove with a double oven - but it was harvest gold. Good luck....
 
 

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