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Fire Resistant Paint

12.9915.99

Vitcas heat resistant stove paint is engineered to withstand very hot temperatures.

It is made using a silicone resin, ensuring a long lasting finish on your product.

We stock five colours, click the menu below to find out more!
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Description

The Fire Resistant Paint from the Vitcas range is resistant up to 800 degrees.

Vitcas Fire Resistant Paint is suitable for use on stoves, furnaces, pipes or barbecues. The temperature resistant paint is made using a silicon resin. Application is easy, as the paint comes in an aerosol. Each can contains 400ml of spray paint, except the matt black which is 250ml. It is available in five colours, sure to suit to colour of your stove or furnace.

The can will cover up to approx. 1.5 squared metres. It’s formulation will ensure a sleek, decorative finish. Essential for covering any chips or cracks to your stove. Alternatively to give a new lease of life to your old BBQ. Painting your equipment with Vitcas Fire Resistant Paint will also mean it is protected against corrosion for the outside elements.

If you are looking for tips on how to get the best application of the paint. Click on the application tab! Our team have written a quick guide on how to get the best results from the can.

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Application

Application:

  • The surface should be clean, dry and free of grease.
  • Do not apply primer.
  • The best temperature for application is between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius
  • Ensure adequate ventilation, shake the container for two minutes and spray from a distance of 30 cms.
  • Apply the paint in several thin layers shaking the can between applications.
  • The surface will be tack free after 15 minutes and will be hardened after one hour at 160 degrees Celsius. Smoke will develop during this process. The drying time depends on the ambient temperature, the humidity of the air and the thickness of the applied paint.