You can get spray paint in stores. Here is the kicker. Generally speaking Ovens and stoves have a baked on finnish. The problem is going to be getting a (And this is the key words) "High Heat" paint that matches the color of your stove. Most paint stores have "High Heat" in black red or silver to paint Bar B Q's with. However most do not have a multitude of colors that kitchen appliances come in. If your stove is one of those colors then problem solved go to the local paint store and pick it up. If not try looking at automotive paint stores for the similar color. In an automotive store you will look in the isle for Engine paint. If you can not find a paint that matches the color in High Heat, you could try an appliance epoxy. The thing is that is usually used on refridgerators, washers, dryers etc and not recomended for stoves. Try a small spot and monitor it. If it begins to peel my recomendation would be replace the stove as coatings beyond that will start to become more pricey than a new range.
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Repainting without adequate drying time will cause this. Make sure paint is dry. Use 180 grit sandpaper in swirling pattern to sand down the problem areas, idea is to feather edge the paint so you don't feel and ridges between the transition layers when you sweep your hand over them. Then prime the bare metal, then repaint entire door for best results.
It can be repainted, using spray on, High Heat Grill Paint. Which, you can find at any home center or hardware store, in the paint department. Krylon makes one, as does Duron. I personally like Krylon, as it seems to cover better.
You will need to thoroughly clean the surface of any grease, rust, loose paint, etc. Then wipe the the area to be painted with denatured alcohol and then wipe off any remaining residue before spray painting it. Several light coats is much. much better than two heavy coats. Allow each coat to thoroughly dry, before applying the next coat.
Do not use the grill for 48 hours, after the final coat of paint has been applied.
They actually sell ceramic paint to repaint these. It should be available at your local hardware store. I repainted a claw foot bathtub with the ceramic paint kit and it looks like new again. If this helps please leave feedback...
Hi, this may be a bad application of clear coat in this specific area that was sprayed inappropriately by the painter. If the drying process was rushed during the painting session, this will usually happen at times.