"I (incorrectly) applied this product to my rusty-looking exhaust on my Honda Deauville. Normally I read the instructions carefully, but on this occasion I overlooked the bit that said "Apply to cool surfaces".
Even so I have to say the results have been FANTASTIC!
The finish is Matt Charcoal finish than a Dark Black (but that could be because I applied it to a hot and running exhaust). Even so, the results are very pleasing.
NOTE: I've only given three stars to the reliability of the product as I only put it on a couple of days ago - I can't say how long it will last, but I've no reason to suppose it won't go on and stay on for the life of the exhaust."
"Purchased this to cover the internal coating on the BBQ that came off after hard winter/with power washer. Due to its Hi-Heat properties this suited the application. Went on easily and touch dry is 10-15mins. To cure you should use heat up to 350 after to get the best results. Would highly recommend. Have also used this to bring up my fire guard and works a treat. Get yourself down to Screwfix to bring life to that BBQ."
"We have two cast iron multifuel stoves in the house which constantly have to be touched up with the black paint. Plasti-Kote hgh heat is not the cheapest on the market but it covers well and there seems to be a lot more in the can than the previous brands I've used. The only thing I can fault it on is the smell, until it cures, it really stinks but that's a problem you get with all the brands. My old man used to use Zebra Black Lead for his old York cast iron range, if I remember right that used to stink for a couple of days as well."
"Easy to use and covers well. Requires curing at high temperature for best results. Refurbished my Weber BBQ reasonably well but I would have preferred a gloss finish rather than the semi-matt it delivers. Needs buffing up to remove black powder once cured. It's quite a messy process but good value compared to DIY store alternatives."