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Heat resistant paint
April 18, 2010
2:13 pm
Chris33
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I have a New Braunfels w/ side smoker box and is developing a couple of rust spots. Have some free time this week and wnat to take care of these issues. Im wondering if anyone has any suggestions for heat resistant paint. Im a painter and have looked at sherwin williams heat resistant marine paint good to 1000 degrees. Any suggestions would be great.

chris

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April 19, 2010
7:58 am
homebbq
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Hi Chris

Seems to me there are a couple of grilll paints out there that go higher, can't think of them right off the top of my head. I had a big problem with my Lang 84, I would sand the rust down, and paint. Within a couple of cooks, it was almiost right back where it was. What I finally realized, but as I assume you are aware (since your a painter), that I actually had 2 problems.

This is what I did with my Lang 84..

I sanded down the rust areas to get it smooth as before, but this time I took some Phospho(sp?) (I think I just got it at Home Depot), and painted it over the rust areas, this was amazing because it took the rust out completely. Then just took the cans of Grill/BBQ spray paint (nothing special, it was what Home Depot had), and painted over the top of that.  I went from having to paint my firebox every 2 to 3 cooks to once or twice a year… I hope this helps

Kevin
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April 19, 2010
2:24 pm
Chris33
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Thanks kevin, and btw I followed your brisket method from your video yesterday. Everything turned out perfect. Lovin them burnt ends. Thanx again for all your help

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May 29, 2010
7:55 am
homebbq
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Hey Chris,

Somehow I missed this… I am really glad that DVD is helping you, and I appreciate the kind words in your Amazon review.

Kevin
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