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Vintage range powder coating
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Post# 1091825   10/3/2020 at 11:57 by Elginkid (Cincinnati, OH)        

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Has anyone powder coated a range before? Iím looking at ranges and I canít find what I need in turquoise for anything reasonable. I found what I want in white, could powder coating be the solution? Itís rated to 400 degrees. I canít imagine the surface of the range is 400 degrees to the touch.




Post# 1091866 , Reply# 1   10/3/2020 at 18:26 by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
Powder Coating A Range Top

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Even 400F can easily be exceeded around electric elements if they are used carelessly, Gas burners can also cause problems.

 

You may get away with PC on range tops if you use good cookware that does not allow the surface elements to get red hot, on gas ranges look for one that has separate burner bowls that are chrome or porcelain and don't PC the burner bowls.

 

John L.

 

 





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