Curing a Tent Stove

CURING THE PAINT ON A NEW CAMPING WOOD STOVE
Stove paint will melt and peal off if stove is not cured per instructions below.
Set your new stove up in your backyard or driveway and burn wood in the stove for 2-3 hour to cure the paint. Burning wood in your new stove will cause a burning paint smell.
You will have this burning smell on your hunting clothes if you do not cure the stove at home before hunting season.
Entire stove package should be set up to insure the stove and accessories are cured.

HAVE AIR INTAKE ON DOOR ONLY AT ONE THIRD OPEN AT THE BEGINNING. Increase air intake opening after 2 hours if all the stove paint has not turned a dull color.  Different air intake adjustment is required on different stoves due to customers using different quality of wood hard vs soft and completely dried vs incompletely dry wood.
HAVE STOVE HALF FULL OF WOOD DURING CURING.  The stove will get too hot and the stove paint will melt if stove is filled completely full.

THE STOVE AND PIPE IS NOT CURED UNTIL THE ENTIRE TENT STOVE AND PIPE TURNS A DULL COLOR.
YOUR STOVE PAINT WILL MELT AND PEAL OFF if your stove doesn't turn dull black during curing. Dull black signals that the stove is cured properly.