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Posted: 8/4/2005 7:37:36 PM EDT
I have a can of Dupli-Color High Heat Ceramic paint (Black) that is used on engine parts. This paint can be baked on and is says it is resistant to temperatures up to 1200F as well as most solvents, salts and hunidity. Has any one ever tryed this as a finish?

Thanks For any help....KC
Link Posted: 8/4/2005 8:32:43 PM EDT
Yes, its not anything extra wonderful, but it doesn't do a bad job on a barrel. Make sure you bake it, or leave it out in the sun (if it gets super hot by you). Once it gets hard, its better than Krylon.

I've used it for a few magazines, and once I tossed them in the oen, they weren't too bad. The stuff can go on thick, so watch out and use VERY thin coats.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 5:37:16 PM EDT
Heck I've painted a permanent flashider weld with Krylon "High Heat" BBQ grill paint. Worked great, still on there after getting the barrel hot enough to light cigarettes off of. So something better ought to be the shit.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 7:12:03 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 7:43:41 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/5/2005 7:44:28 PM EDT by edwin907]

Originally Posted By 646:
I have a can of Dupli-Color High Heat Ceramic paint (Black) that is used on engine parts. This paint can be baked on and is says it is resistant to temperatures up to 1200F as well as most solvents, salts and hunidity. Has any one ever tryed this as a finish?

Thanks For any help....KC



I used it on my 16" Stainless Steel MRP barrel and couldn't be more pleased, it's hard, doesn't chip, isn't affected by solvents, wears very well, is cheap and available everywhere.
Use thin coats, bake it according to directions and you'll be pleased.



Link Posted: 8/6/2005 1:44:00 PM EDT
Thanks for all of the replys and help
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