White SATIN Heat High Temperature Resistant Paint Stove Fire Grill Spray 650°C
Heat resistant lacquers which retain their colours even at 650°C.
Product made of high quality silicone resins.
- automotive: mufflers. motors.
- industry: chimneys. furnaces.
- home: fireplaces. stoves. radiators. boilers.
Do not use primers previously.
Do not apply any coating on the top.
Best result when applied at 10-25°C.
Silver colour is resistant up to 650°C
Anthracite. red. white. black and clear are resistant up to 300°C
Very good covering
Short drying time: 20-30 min
Touch dry: 1-2 h; After 1-2 h you need to warm it up till 160°C to make it hardened
Efficiency 1.5-2 m² depending on colour and type of surface by one application
Weather conditions resistance
Variety of colours. offer of 6 the most common colours
For indoor and outdoor use
Capacity 400 ml
Before applying read carefully instructions on the container and use according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Recommended substrate conditions
Don’t use any priming paint.
Preparing the substrate is very important action influencing the quality and life of varnish coating.
Fundamental principle. which relate to all surfaces prepared to painting is to grind. degrease and dry out.
After drying the primed surface should be grinded with fine-grained abrasive paper (e.g. P600).
Method of use
Don’t use any priming paint previously.
Do not cover already painted surface by any other paint.
Apply product at temperature about 10-25°C (optimum temperature for good varnish drying).
Drying time depends also on air humidity and product density.
Painting should be made in well ventilated room. Prior to commencing painting. shake the container for about one minute. which will help mix the varnish by the ball found inside.
Perform the test spray.
Apply the varnish with few thin layers rather than one thick layer. from the distance of 25-30 centimetres. Following applying each layer. wait a few minutes.
Following the completion. clean the nozzle.
Put the container upside down. pressing the nozzle for the period of three seconds.