Well, Summer is well and truly over and the nights have been pulling in constantly for the last couple of months and with the temperature dropping, most of us have bowed to pressure and turned the thermostat up a few notches in the evening.
It is also the time of year when those of you with a wood burning stove or real fireplace start to prepare for the days and nights when it will be in most use, you may have decided that the appearance of your stove or fireplace has become a little less pristine over the summer months and could may be do with a freshen up.
For years Hotspot have specialized in fireplace and wood burner products to help maintain your fireplace and wood burning stoves. Chief amongst their range is their specialized Stove paint, when it comes to fire surrounds and burner boxes, if the finish needs replenishing you can’t just slap on any old paint that looks good, it has to be specially rated for high temperature and Hotspot High Temperature Stove Paint is rated to 650°C that is well above what most household fires can reach in temperature. In a gorgeous matt black finish, the paint is corrosion resistant and especially formulated for use on wood or multi-fuel stoves, Coal or log effect gas fires, grates, baskets, fire backs, barbecues, pipes, flues etc.
Available in a spray can form or a liquid paint to apply with a brush.