Smoke in da eyes

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Smoke in da eyes

Post by Mangal » Sat Jul 02, 2016 9:23 pm


I found this place whilst searching for some info on what paint to use for a weber Genesis silver firebox.
I rescued one off gumtree from a couple of vegetarians.
Will be like a new one soon. Might post a photo or 2 later.
Will be a nice addition to the half inch steel and six bricks bbq beside the chopping block.
Got a kettle for smoking and real bbq too.

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Re: Smoke in da eyes

Post by yakabot » Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:26 pm

Welcome Mangal. Sorry I missed this post earlier. Been busy with work. No idea about paint for a Weber. I know people use high temp engine/brake caliper paint for their Weber Q lids, so maybe that'd work?

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Re: Smoke in da eyes

Post by GoofballMcFunky » Tue Aug 02, 2016 6:10 pm

I would give "Potbilly" paint a shot its the paint they use to paint Nectre Fire places with, which is a matte finish, no idea what to use for a Gloss finish.
and the other thing to help your paint job it to make so sure that what your painting is super clean, trust me it sucks when you've pained a masterpiece and the paint bubbles off.
Good Luck
Beer and BBQ, nothing could be better!
Weber Compact on ghetto stand, Weber original, Ghetto gas bbq.

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