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Wrench_H 01-09-2013 12:28 PM

Backwoods Rust/Paint Question
 
Just before Christmas, I cooked some snack sticks on my fatboy while I was at work. Something happened while I was gone, and the smoker got up to around 500 degrees, and a strip of paint came off just above the cook chamber and has since rusted. Does anyone know what kind of paint I should use to cover this? I'm thinking I also need to scrape the rust down with a wire brush prior to applying anything. Has anyone else had to do this? Thanks

BBQ PD 01-09-2013 01:05 PM

I had contacted Backwoods for that same issue a few years back, and they advised to sand, and repaint with high heat paint, which did the trick.

smokinit 01-09-2013 02:29 PM

The paint these use is a high gloss epoxy so try and find one in high heat also use a rust killer before you prime and paint.


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