The Charnwood colour is a specially developed, high temperature stove paint, formulated for use on wood and multi fuel stoves, boilers, furnaces and traditional cast iron cookers. Once applied it will withstand repeated heating and cooking temperatures of up to 600 Degrees C.
Only use in a well ventilated area when your stove is cold.
Remove all dust, dirt, rust and grease from the area.
Scrape off any loose flaking paint from the area to be painted.
Shake can vigorously for at least 1 minute after mixing ball rattles.
Spray a little paint onto a scrap piece of paper to remove any un mixed liquid that may stain the stove.
Hold the can at least 12" away from the object to be painted and pressing firmly use steady even stokes to apply te paint.
Several thin coates will provide a better even coat as apposed to a heavy one time coat.
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