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The humble BBQ is an essential part of summertime fun. All season long they can be found at block parties, tailgating, camp-outs, and down by the river. A good BBQ will weather the outdoor elements year after year and still grill up a great dinner. Yet, with lots of use, the grimy inside and the pitted outside can start to look less than appetizing.
When I moved into my house, I found this perfectly good, but completely grungy grill abandoned in the yard. It was overgrown with ivy, and filled with cobwebs. I decided to fix it up with a fresh coat of red paint! Now it looks great with my vintage dishes and cute ruffled apron. I took it from old and beat to cherry condition in no time!
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In 2 hours, from start to finish, you too can completely makeover your BBQ with Krylon BBQ and Stove Paint. The special purpose Krylon paint is resistant to constant heat of 600 degrees farenheit, and will withstand spikes in heat up to 1200 degrees.

Materials:

BBQ
2 cans of Krylon Stove and BBQ Paint
Screwdrivers
Wire brush
Sandpaper
Respirator
Painter’s Tape
Wood Stain
Drop Cloth
Rags

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Krylon


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