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Old 09-16-2013, 03:46 PM   #11397
bvbull200
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It depends on whether or not that paint will peel/flake at the temps that you will be cooking at. If it will withstand whatever temps you throw at it, then you can paint over it.

Of course, you could just do a burn in the drum and the paint will come off at the really high temps and you will clean out the inside at the same time.
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