10 Best Wood Stove Paint

Updated on: September 2020

Best Wood Stove Paint in 2020


Rutland Products Rutland 1200-Degree F Brush-On Flat Stove Paint, 16 Fluid Ounce, Black

Rutland Products Rutland 1200-Degree F Brush-On Flat Stove Paint, 16 Fluid Ounce, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • 1200 Degree F, flat black brush-on paint will restore the beauty of your old stove or grill, or bring a great look to a new project
  • Adheres to steel, cast iron, aluminum, brick, and most other metals
  • Great for grills, stoves, smokers, stove pipes, or chimney caps
  • No primer needed
  • Flat black color

Rust-Oleum 7778502 Heat Protective Enamel, Quart 32-Ounce, Bar-B-Que Black

Rust-Oleum 7778502 Heat Protective Enamel, Quart 32-Ounce, Bar-B-Que Black
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • For use on grills, wood-burning stoves, radiators, engines and other metal items
  • Rich, Satin finish resists up to 1200° F
  • Premium, fast-dry formula offers superior durability and Color retention for indoor and outdoor high-heat applications
  • Renews and protects surfaces subject to heat up to 1000 Degree F
  • Provides Rust-Oleum Stops Rust protection against rust and corrosion
  • Premium, fast-drying formula
  • For Indoor and outdoor use
  • Satin finish

Stove Bright 6309 Metallic Black

Stove Bright 6309 Metallic Black
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Fast Drying Silicone High-heat Paint
  • Can withstand temperatures to 1200°F
  • Can be used on wood stoves, pipe, boilers, furnaces, radiators, ovens, engines
  • 12 Ounce Can
  • Metallic Black

Rust-Oleum 241169 High Heat Ultra Enamel Spray, Black, 12-Ounce

Rust-Oleum 241169 High Heat Ultra Enamel Spray, Black, 12-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Indoor/outdoor
  • Rich, semi-gloss sheen
  • Superior color and sheen retention after repeated heating
  • Do not use in areas directly exposed to flames (e.g., inside of grills or fireplaces)
  • 12 oz. Spray

MEECO'S RED DEVIL 403 Hi-Temp Grill and Stove, Black

MEECO'S RED DEVIL 403 Hi-Temp Grill and Stove, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Ideal for wood, coal, pellet and corn stoves
  • Ideal for stovepipe
  • Beautifies and protects any metal surface
  • Temperature resistant to 1200-Degree F
  • Made in the USA

Rust-Oleum, Flat Black 248903 Automotive 12-Ounce High Heat 2000 Degree Spray Paint

Rust-Oleum, Flat Black 248903 Automotive 12-Ounce High Heat 2000 Degree Spray Paint
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Gas and oil resistant. Ideal for automotive parts exposed to intermittent temperatures upto 2000°F including exhaust, manifolds headers and more
  • Stops rust formula. Rust preventive formula resists oil, gas, grease and environmental elements including rust, salt, humidity and more
  • Any-angle spray with comfort tip. Dries to touch in 30 minutes and covers upto 10sqft. For optimal performance allow product to fully cure according to instructions on label
  • Durable, long-lasting finish, provides a protective finish that hels items last
  • Any-angle spray technology allows the can to be sprayed in any direction, even up side down

Forrest Paint 1990 Stove Bright Paint Satin Black

Forrest Paint 1990 Stove Bright Paint Satin Black
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • This item is Stove Bright Paint Satin Black
  • Used For Painting Supplies, Paint & Stains Accessories
  • The product is manufactured in United States

Rutland Products 80 Hi-Temp Paint, 12 fl oz, Black

Rutland Products 80 Hi-Temp Paint, 12 fl oz, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • 1200 Degree F, flat black spray paint will restore the beauty of your old stove or grill, or bring a great look to a new project
  • Adheres to steel, cast iron, aluminum, brick, and most other metals
  • Great for grills, stoves, smokers, stove pipes, or chimney caps
  • No primer needed
  • Flat black color

MEECO'S RED DEVIL 405 Spray Paint, Satin Black

MEECO'S RED DEVIL 405 Spray Paint, Satin Black
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • GLOSS Black in color
  • Withstands temperatures up to 1200-Degree F
  • Ideal for wood, pellet, corn and coal stoves, stovepipe and other metal surfaces
  • NOT for exterior use; use MEECO's #403 for exterior use
  • Made in the USA

Krylon K01618777 High Heat Satin Black

Krylon K01618777 High Heat Satin Black
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Color: High Heat Black
  • Chemical compound: Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, 1-Butanol
  • Dries to the touch in minutes
  • Withstands temperatures up to 1200°F intermittently; up to 600°F continuously. Durable finish with Thermo-Guard protection
  • Dries tack-free in 15 minutes or less. Resists runs and drips

How to Clean the Glass Door of a Wood Stove Cheaply and Easily

With this trick, you can clean the soot off the glass door of a wood stove quickly, easily and cheaply.

But, what if your mind can't wander because the glass in the door is covered with soot and the flickering firelight is obscured from view? There are expensive products in the market place that claim to remove the soot and stains with little or no elbow grease. Unfortunately, the price adds time to your already busy schedule: the money has to come from somewhere.

Here's a little trick I found that costs almost nothing; with no searching through specialty stores or shopping the Internet and then waiting for the product to arrive required. Nearly every household has the item under the sink or in the utility room. After a short walk back and forth to the utility room and a few minutes time, I found it worked faster than any specialty item I'd tried. Plus it has an added benefit, covered at the end of this article, that few if any have probably thought about.

We're quasi full-time RVers. Quasi because we live in our motorhome on a friend's small farm during the summer. The area is a snow belt and temperatures can reach double digit minuses during the winter. When that time is close, we house sit for people who want to travel or spend the cold months in a warmer climate. The largest majority of the homes we take care of have wood stoves, and soot buildup on the stove's glass doors.

We tried soaps of all kinds and some of the specialty glass and ceramic cleaners that our clients had on the shelves in their utility room. Soaps didn't do anything except smear the soot around; maybe not even that. When we ran out of the specialty items, we had no idea where they'd gotten them. Necessity is said to be the mother of invention and that can also be applied to innovation.

One client burned particularly sappy wood and some had gotten on the tile floor in front of the wood stove. I tried several items and found ammonia to do the best, easiest and quickest job. With that in mind, the next logical step was to give it a try on the soot. One paper towel dampened with ammonia, plus about two minutes labor, and the soot was gone. Another paper towel cleaned the streaks off the glass and it sparkled. Later, the paper towels can be used as fire starter.

The glass has to be cold and precautions need to be taken when working with ammonia. Ammonia can cause burns, loss of eye sight plus bronchial tube and lung damage if inhaled.

One of my first jobs after release from the Marines was driving truck. The commodity was liquid chemical fertilizer suspended in aqua ammonia.
I learned very quickly to treat it with the utmost respect. Some others I knew, or heard about, hadn't and suffered the consequences. One lost the sight in one eye and others suffered temporary to permanent damage to their lungs and airways. Not enough can be said about exercising extreme caution when dealing with ammonia. Mixing ammonia and chlorine bleach together produces deadly fumes!

Judging from the smell of at least one specialty product, I'd say the main ingredient is ammonia and the same precautions should prevail. A higher price doesn't mean it's a safer product!

The added benefit? One of our clients had replaced the stove pipe during the summer and hadn't used the stove since. They also hadn't cleaned the creosote out of the upper pipes that hadn't been replaced. Apparently, when the pipes were replaced some of the creosote had fallen down and lodged in the top of the stove. When we lit the stove, it burned really hot and the new pipes turned brown where the paint burned off.

Originally, indelible India Ink was made from soot mixed with water. I rubbed he soot coated paper towels on the discolored paint and, after a few glass door cleanings, the pipes looked like new and the soot, if done correctly, won't rub off. . Just rub the still damp, or wet, ammonia and soot stained paper towel on the pipes when cool or cold and before a fire has been started in the stove. Again, use caution when working with ammonia. Don't use it in an enclosed space and be sure you're not above the surface you're working on to avoid inhaling any fumes.

As a professional freelance writer, photographer and pencil sketch artist, house siting is the perfect match for me. House sitting, the way we do it, gives both my wife and I time to pursue our passions, fulfill our house sitting duties and do it all on our time schedules.

For us, house sitting has proven to be a profitable, money saving enterprise and learning adventures all rolled into one.

Related Bestselling Lists That You Might Like