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Why not save a fortune on a new barbecue, and revitalise your old one with Rust-Oleum Stove & BBQ Enamel?
Choose from either black, silver or green, this paint is also great for chimineas and stoves as it is resistant to heat up to 650ºc.
It’s easier than you think so read the breakdown below before hurrying off to replace it…
Move your barbecue out to an open space in the garden or garage on top of a large dust sheet or some old newspapers. You may want to cover the surrounding area with additional dust sheets/ newspaper to protect it from spray mist.
Knock off any loose rust on the barbecue with a wire brush and wipe clean with a damp sponge.
Remove or mask off propane tank (if it’s a gas barbecue), wheels, tool basket, shelves, and other miscellaneous hardware using masking tape.
Apply Rust-Oleum Stove & BBQ Enamel to the entire outer surface of the barbecue. Follow the application tips and drying times on the can. Reattach all removed parts when dry.
Two light applications should be sufficient to give your barbecue a good few years of additional service!