It is always great to have barbecue time with our beloved ones. We usually do it at least once a month as we love those looking great meats. However, realized it or not months or years after using the barbecue, the looks is not as beautiful as the cooked meat. The high heat makes our barbecue paints starting to fade, and even peel over time. The solution to make it still looking good, we should cover it by using heat resistant paints.
There are some top brands we can try to save our barbecue paints. The first brand is Rust-Oleum High Heat Enamel Spray. Not only results in high quality, but this paint also gives beautiful finishing which will be looked like satin. Some strengths of this heat resistant paint are it can dry within half an hour, resistant to any rust, weather, and temperature up to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. Rust-Oleum paint will give a better result if we use auto sprayer gun.
Another recommended brand we can try is Krylon BBQ and Stove Paint which is famous with its super drying action and its resistance to temperatures up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. What makes this brand become one of the best is its strength which can dry completely in an astonishing 15 minutes.
Once we get the paint, there are some tips to note in applying the paints on our barbecue. First, we should spray it on in thin layers. If you put it on too thick, you will get the top layer dry and the layers underneath will still be holding in the solvents. And when you heat up the barbecue, there will be bubbles in the paint or even the paint will be peeling off. Thus, it is suggested that we should heat up the barbecue or smoker before applying the paint. If there are some parts we prefer unpainted, we can use masking tape to cover them. The last tip is since we will do the spray painting outdoors, we should do it on a clear day with no wind gust.