Originally Posted by Mark Warren
I kinda doubt you can and get the results you want, keeping it shiny and original. Any reason you can't live with painting the complete lid in High Temp Black?
Painting a Weber Kettle is pointless, IMO. You are painting over porcelain. It is NOT going to last. Besides, the OP is talking about a redhead -- the sacred cow of Webers.
Yes, he CAN get it shiny and close to original. It will take some elbow grease, but it will be well worth it.
Painting a redhead with high-temp black paint is all kinds of wrong.