So i'll start of saying i found this out by accident. I was working on another project when i needed to paint a part with hi-temp paint and i stumbled upon it. so heres a little tutorial on how to do it. First start off with a can of High temperature spray paint (used on grills,stoves,radiators etc.) I use rustoleum, i don't know if others will work.but i don't see why they wouldn't The next few steps are pretty simple so i wont give pics. Prep the piece like you would do for any other spray paint job. remember prep is 98% of the results of the finished piece. what you want to do now is spray paint the piece. Apply as much as you desire. As long as your last coat is a thick one. I usually put a thin coat, let it dry for 10 mins then put a thick coat.Then let the piece dry for at least 45mins. Now the fun part. take your piece and stick it in the oven or grill. If you use the grill make sure you have the ability to check and adjust the temp. I stick it in the oven, then turn it on 350 degrees. let it heat up to 350, wait 5mins then turn it off. (this may stink up the kitchen a little so turn the overhead fan on) Leave it in the oven to cool down. Now the most important part, I have a little digital gauge on my oven telling me the temp. So when it drops to 125 degrees in the oven pull the piece out. When pulled out the oven with a rag it should look like this, where i grabbed it with the rag it left marks in the finish. Now what you want to do is let it cool for a few mins on the table to where you can comfortably hold it with a light shop rag. (be gentle with the piece as the paint is not cured and any hard bumps to an object could ruin the finish)Now holding it with one rag and start rubbing on it with another rag to bring the shine out. keep using the same part of the rag when buffing. there should be a little paint on the rag like so.(this is why you want the last coat to be thick) Now when you get the desired finish on the piece, (the more you buff it the shinier it gets) set it up and let it cure. This can take up to 24 hours depending on humidity and temperature. so the final results look similar to this. Now you are wondering. How does it hold up to scratches and chips right? The main thing you got to remember is to let it cure because the paint is still soft. now when it cures its pretty darn hard. Just the other day i had a piece on the bench that fell about three and a half feet on to the concrete floor and it just left a small scuff mark no chip. so i say its pretty durable. well thanks for reading through my unbearable post. i hope you enjoyed.