A couple of you guys might recall I had some heating system radiators in my house sandblasted last month. That was the guy that made the final price double what he quoted me. Well anyway, I had to paint them myself since this guy stuck it to me. I had originally planned to use High Heat Rustoleum, but I noticed on regular cans, it says not to heat more than 200 degrees. Since the radiators only get to about 100 degrees, I went ahead and primed and painted them with regular canned rustoleum. I asked a paint guy ahead of time and he said it would be fine, too. Now that we're using the heat system, whenever these things get hot, they STINK, and the paint gets real soft, you could scratch it with your finger nail real easy. The paint that I'd had sandblasted off was all regular interior paint that years of tenants had used when they moved in and painted rooms, they just used the same paint on the radiators, nothing special. Is this normal? Will this go away as the paint cures further, or am I SOL and need to yank and strip and repaint these with High Heat paint?? On a side note, these things get wayyyyyyy hotter than they used to, and way hotter than some of the units I didn't have sandblasted. No cold living room this year /forums/images/graemlins/woot.gif /forums/images/graemlins/woot.gif /forums/images/graemlins/woot.gif .