what kind of paint or whatever would i have to use if i want to color an espresso maker like pic related? got one from my mother for my new apartment but it's bright red which doesn't look good in my kitchen/isn't my tasteneed something that doesn't feel sticky/won't come off when i wash it
>>1259546you need someting that doesn't catch fire
High temp paint
>>1259546>espresso makerIs a moka you dumb fuck
>>1259546Probably some type of enamel. Be careful, even if it doesn't catch on fire the heat can make it release chemicals into the air.>>1259573Standard high temp paint(like for engines) specifically states not to use it around fire.>>1259577To be fair, I've seen them marketed as espresso makers at low rent places like Family Dollar. Not saying that makes it correct, but things like that are why that misinformation is spreading.
Be cheaper to buy another espresso maker, dumbass
>>1259583>Standard high temp paint(like for engines) specifically states not to use it around fire.Then use a paint for grills and smokers.
>>1259546Looks like a bialetti.powder coat works but you have to strip off the old paint.
>>1259651>a bialettiYes, the coated moka produced for Greater Absurdistan.
>>1259546Just strip the paint and leave the metal exposed, thats how they normally look.
>>1259902This.The default metal is best color.
it'd be cheaper to just buy a new one