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I don't see why you couldn't. I know Rustoleum makes a spray paint for radiators that are definitely hot.
Do some research on tile paint and heat. Or ask at a paint or hardware store. I bet you'll find just the right product.
Spraying tile could get messy but there has to be something you can roll/brush on.
Hi Valerie, Here's a link that may help: https://www.doityourself.com/stry/3-tips-for-painting-your-fireplace-hearth
They make high heat paint that I've used successfully on places that get quite hot. Here's a link for that. I would look contact the company to see it it will work on ceramic tile or if they recommend a primer.
There are high heat paints, but I think you will want to ask the manufacturer about using on the specific material your tile is made of.
I would look at high temp paints for restoring BBQ’s and wood stoves. Many options are available for spray on paints as well as brush on paints. Depending on the tile used in the base, you may need to consult a paint specialist for appropriate primers to use to make certain you high temp paint adheres properly. I imagine you could be under $50 for your solution.
Personally, I would just tile over it.
High Heat Paint. Find it at your big box home improvement store.
Go to the auto shop check their paints for motors, holds up to heat.
You could buy paint that is used for bbq it’s heat resistant. Just pick the color you need
Just an FYI for people who kindly answered your inquiry.
Pellet Stoves do not get hot on the outside like wood stoves do.
That is one of the reason they are so neat to have, and easy to use. A normal tile paint would probably be ok. Call a place that sells pellet stoves for reassurance about with those things!!!1