Heat Resistant Lacquer Black

WRX005_-_WRX HEAT RESISTANT BLACK 400 ML_(GB) Heat – Resistant Special high heat-resistant silicone-based paint. For repairing objects exposed to heat such as barbecues, stoves, stovepipes, lamp-shades etc. Not for sale to persons under the age of 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are age over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.

WRX Heat Resistant Black: High-Temperature Silicone-Based Paint

About the
Heat Resistant

WRX Heat Resistant Black is a high-quality lacquer designed to treat surfaces exposed to very high temperatures, such as barbecues, stoves, and stovepipes. This silicone resin-based paint offers excellent adhesion, resistance to petrol, chemicals, and weather influences, and withstands temperatures up to 800°C.

It provides a satin matt finish and covers 1.25 to 1.75 m². Ensure surfaces are clean and grease-free before application, apply in thin layers, and harden at 160°C for optimal results. Shake well before use and follow safety instructions.


Heat resistant
Excellent adhesion
Resistant to petrol, chemicals and weather influences

Contents :400 ml
Base :Silicone resin
VOC-content :Approximately 84% w/w
Solid content :Approximately 16% w/w
Gloss :Satin matt
Coverage :1,25 to 1,75 m²
Dust dry :After 5 to 10 minutes
Tack free :After 10 to 15 minutes
Hardened :After 30 to 60 minutes (160°C)
Heat resistant :To 800°C

Before use, carefully read the directions on the packaging and act accordingly

The surface should be clean, dry and free of grease. Remove loose old lacquer and rust and sand the surface. Do not apply any primer.

The surface should be clean, dry and free of grease. The aerosol should have room temperature. Best processing temperature 15 to 25°C. Before use, shake the aerosol for 2 minutes and spray a sample. Distance to the surface to be treated approximately 25 to 30 centimetre.

Apply the heat resistant lacquer in several thin layers. Before applying the next layer, again shake the aerosol. Allow to dry at room temperature for one hour. Then, heat for 30 to 60 minutes (160°C) in order to harden the paint layer. Smoke develops during the lacquer hardening process.

After use, clean the valve (turn aerosol upside down and press the nozzle for approximately 5 seconds).

The drying time depends on the ambient temperature, the humidity of the air and the thickness of the lacquer applied.