how to use blackfriars heat resistant paint
Not for use on wood burning stoves or objects which come into direct contact with flames.
Ensure surface to be coated is clean, dry, sound and free from wax, grease or any other contamination.
Previously painted surfaces in sound condition should be abraded and degreased prior to direct application of Blackfriar High-Heat Resistant Paint.
Remove any rust and abrade back to a clean bright surface before applying.
New or other bare surfaces should first be heated up in use, allowed to cool and then abraded before applying Blackfriar High-Heat Resistant Paint.
Blackfriar High-Heat Resistant Paint works better and lasts longer if not over applied - apply 2 coats as thinly as possible.
If applied too heavily this product will fail prematurely.
The product cures with the action of heat.
Full durability will not be achieved until the coated object has been used in normal circumstances.
A minimum of 250°C for 45 minutes, not exceeding 600°C.