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Vitcas Heat Resistant Paint - High Temperature Paint Spray 400ml - Black. Resistant to 800 oC (1472 oF). Heat Resistant Spray Paint for painting furnaces, heaters, barbecues, boilers, pipes and all types of equipment relating to high temperatures.

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VITCAS Heat Resistant Paint is based on silicone resin and is heat resistant to 800oC / 1472oF

High Temperature Spray Paint for painting furnaces, heaters, barbecues, boilers, radiators, exhaust pipes, flues, chimneys and all types of equipment relating to high temperatures. Suitable for application to bare metalVitcas High Temperature Plasterboards, CS Fireplace Construction Boards and Vermiculite Boards.
Black Heat Resistant Spray paint is also suitable for spraying gas fire coals.


  • The surface should be clean, dry and free of grease.
  • Do not apply primer.
  • The best temperature for application is between 15oC and 25oC.
  • Ensure adequate ventilation, shake the container for two minutes and spray from a distance of 30 cms.
  • Apply the paint in several thin layers shaking the can between applications.
  • The surface will be tack free after 15 minutes and will be hardened after one hour at 160oC. Smoke will develop during this process. The drying time depends on the ambient temperature, the humidity of the air and the thickness of the applied paint.


Heat resistant paint should be protected from direct sunlight and do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50oC.

Health and safety:

Do not empty into the drains. Treat the material and its container as hazardous waste

Thermal resistant paint is Extremely Flammable.
Irritating to Skin.
Do not breathe the spray, in case of contact with eyes rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. After contact with skin wash immediately with plenty of water. Wear suitable gloves and eye face protection. Keep out of the reach of children.

Available colours:

Thermal resistant paint in the form of a spray is available in several colours:


The information given is based on our experience and reports from customers. There are many factors outside our control and knowledge, especially the method and conditions of application which affect the use and performance of our products and for which reason no warranty is given, express or implied. Users should make their own tests to determine the applicability of such information or the suitability of any products for their own particular purposes.

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Product Group Paints / Coatings
Size 400ml
Color Black
Coverage 1.5m2 / 400ml
Curing Time 1h +160°C
Outdoor Yes
Indoor Yes
Ready to Use Yes
Temperature 800°C /1560°F
Manufacturer Vitcas
Surface Satin Matt
Decorative Yes
HS Tariff Code 3208909100
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Customer Questions
Is heat resistant spray paint suitable as a BBQ COVER SPRAY I.E. food safe?

The heat resistant spray paint is designed for use on metal surfaces which are subject to high temperatures such as barbecues and stoves but has not been tested for use in direct contact with the food.

Can this be used on the inside of a fire pit?

The Vitcas Heat Resistant Spray Paint in Black is designed for use on bare metal or vermiculite board for temperatures not exceeding 800oC (1472oF). 

Can this be used on a rendered log burner surround

Generally no, because Heat Resistant Spray Paint is designed for use on bare metal or vermiculite board.

Can this be used on the inside of a microwave door?

The Heat Resistant Spray Paint has not been tested for food safety.

I’ve sprayed my oven pan supports with a good few coats of spray, do I now have to put in the oven at 160 degrees to cure it hard?

No, the paint can be left to dry at room temperature.

is this paint a matt finish

The Heat Resistant Spray Paint has a satin matt finish.

Is the paint matt or gloss? Thanks

Heat Resistant Paint Black has satin matt finish

Will heat resistant paint cover a shiny metal surface?

Heat resistant paint is generally designed for use on bare metal.

Can I use this paint to spray a limestone back panel and hearth before fitting a bioethanol stove? It is replacing an inset gas fire.

Generally, the paint is for bare metal or vermiculite surfaces.

Is this suitable for metal surfaces that may not get to 160 degrees - i.e. will the paint harden fully or will it peel/fall off if not taken to 160 degrees for at least an hour?

It should be fine for use below 160oC.

Can you use this on glass, i.e. light bulbs?

No, our spray paints are for bare metal and vermiculite.

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