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Heat Resistant Fireplace Paint

Posted by HarleyRider58 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by brionybob - 3 years ago

We used spray on Stove Paint from Aldi.

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Posted by AQ-417490 - 3 years ago

Much will depend on the surface temperature of your log burner. Ours is a double skin burner with firebricks inside and the surface temperature is about the same as a hot radiator - so no problems with normal emulsion (on a plasterboard wall). A neighbour has a single skin burner which gets scaldingly hot on its surface - a bit dangerous for my liking.  They have put tiles on the piece of wall behind, making it into a sort of fireplace.

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Posted by noblesse-404553 - 3 years ago

I think a good quality masonry paint would be fine, the cavity shouldn't get hot enough to need heat-resistant paint.

I've had good results with the Mr Bricolage own label house paints and they're cheaper than the Dulux, etc.

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Posted by Kerroux - 3 years ago

Don't know what colour you want but if you want heat resistant paint  why not spray it with the paint you use to paint a woodburner with.

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Posted by PamandAndrew-390752 - 3 years ago

Hi...I used ordinary paint to do just this a few years ago and it's still fine...