I have an old Structo gas fired barbeque which has a cast aluminum lid /
hood and firebox.
The finish on this thing appears to be a flat black paint.
On the inside top of the hood / lid, and on the outside top, too, the paint
is peeling badly. There is also some peeling, but nowhere near as much
nowhere near as much,
on the bottom outside of he firebox
I have seriously pressure washed all of the unit.
I have disassembled the unit from the legs, and disassembled all the
support parts and have already sanded, wire brushed, primed with Rustoleum
Red "lead" primer and put a finish coat of Rustoleum Gloss Black on all the
I am ready to do something with the fire box and the hood / lid. The
question is, "What"?
In am open to any ideas any one has about refinshing the exterior repeat
exterior of the firebox and hood / lid.
I have pint can of a "Temproof" brand "1200 Degree F. Stove Paint". I can
throw that in the spray gun and spray it.
I also acquired somewhere two rattle cans of a "Zynolyte" brand
"Bar-B-Q-Black" paint which is also supposedly good to 1200 degrees.
I haven't used either of these products yet.
Has anybody here any experience redoing the finish on a cast aluminum gas
Has anybody here any experience using either of the two products mentioned
above on a cast aluminum gas fired barbeque?
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