Every other appliance is white. Is there a way I can paint it white without it bubbling and peeling? Help!!!
Hi Sharon, Yes you can paint your stove. Beloware links to o a youtube videos showing a product and then a how to. Personally, I would not do it. Though mismatching appliances may bug you, the amount of work and rate of success for getting all the various stove parts masked off, removed, etc. would be very time consuming. IHave you considered how old the other appliances mgiht be and perhaps consider replacing them. I know that you can purchase different color panels for dishwashers.
You can, but it's a lot of work. I would consider selling your black stove and reinvesting the money you make on it in a new one in white.
I would just sell it and buy a white stove. Not worth the trouble.
Here is some information that may be helpful:
If it the only thing white, Sell it or contact the supplier and ask if you can swop it and pay any costs for a white one!
You might be able to use heat resistant paint but if it’s brand new and unused, try contacting the store it came from to see if you can exchange it.
it's been abused! I watching for a white one and a newer used frig....
Hi Sharon, hope this helps you out,
You can purchase appliance paint, you need make sure it is a high heat version. However, you might want to check the age of all the appliances. White is normally cheaper and it may be they were replaced recently while the stove is older and may be due for a change soon.
Hi Sharon, we painted out refrigerator with appliance paint and it worked great. . Be sure and follow directions and clean it first with vinegar water. Good luck.
Repainting an appliance is possible, use heat resistant appliance paint if you are going to do this project. Personally I would find another stove to match.
Donate the black stove, and then use your tax writeoff to buy a new one.
Painting a fridge is different from painting a stove, because all the working parts of a fridge are inside, away from the portions that are painted. With a stove, the outside top and front become hot to touch and the burners are exposed directly to the painted areas.
Hi Sharon: I wouldn't do it. How about painting the other appliances?
Here's an outside-of-the-box idea that might be possible. You might try painting or stenciling a design with white, heat resistant paint so that it coordinates with the white. Maybe include another color you are using in the room.
You can paint your stove, but it will not stand the test of time, it will peel and crack from heat and cleaning. It will not look like a factory finish and I do not think you would be happy. I would try to sell it on Facebook Market Place or Craigs List, and then purchase the stove you want
Here's a post that might help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcWjnY6eULw
I know you can get magnets to put on the front of dishwashers, etc. to make them look white or a different color. Not sure if that is an option for a stove.
The key is using the right paint, especially if your appliance generates heat, like a stove. Here's a link for you:
Epoxy paint https://amzn.to/36d3449
Hi! You might consider getting it done at an automobile paint shop. They can put the best finish for you. Good luck!