Barbeques, fireplaces and braziers can look pretty rusty after use, or if left
out in the weather. They can’t be painted with just any paint, but you can make
them look like new with White Knight’s Hi Temp paint.
Clean the surfaces thoroughly by wire-brushing and wiping-down with mineral
turps. Previously painted surfaces must be sanded. Use a large drop sheet to
protect surrounding areas from over spray or drips.
It’s easy to spray fiddly items, like braziers, but do remember that it’s not
suitable for hotplates and grills used for cooking.
For indoor fireplaces, it’s best to brush on the “Pot Belly Black” paint. Simply
prepare as for the Hi Temp paint, and make sure the fireplace is dry before
- Faye’s Tip: Paint your fireplace in spring (once you’ve finished using it for
heating) and it’ll look like new until next winter.