Originally Posted by caliking
But I'm not sure that painting the inside of it is such a good idea. Maybe it won't matter as much because its not a closed cooker?
My concern as well. But 2000°F should not be exceeded in a charcoal cooker. And from the label:
Once dry, High Heat must be further cured to increase durability.
Allow paint to dry 1-2 hours before proceeding to next steps below. Follow directions accordingly. Items may emit smoke and harmless odor at first.
Items Off of Vehicle: Bake at 250°F (121°C) for 30 minutes then allow 30 minutes to cool. Bake at 400°F (204°C) for 30 minutes then allow 30 minutes to cool. Bake at 600˚F (315˚C) for 30 minutes then allow 30 minutes to cool. Caution: Be sure not to exceed the heat tolerance of the least heat tolerant part.
Needless to say I'll be baking when SWMBO is not home.
Might have to do the last stage on my propane grill.
Paint is http://www.rustoleum.com/CBGProduct.asp?pid=371