Question about GE JVM1650 1000 Watts Microwave Oven
Either one should be fine, but usually appliance paint is high-temperature paint.
The main thing is to be sure the surface is squeaky clean & dry before painting. If the surface is rough, I'd sand it smooth first.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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Yes, but if this is not fixed, it may flake off and get in your food, or allow grease or food particles to build up on the surface.
The loose paint should really be sanded off, at least.
Then when it's clean and dry, you can apply a little high-temperature appliance paint, available from department stores, home improvement centers, and appliance parts stores.
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