I have made a number of repairs to stoves but never painted one. Want some advise on how to do it right. I see no practical way to separate the can/case so I assume the unit is painted in one piece. I have found a good match for the light green paint. I do not have spray equipment so I either go with a rattle can or get a pro to paint it. All the automotive paints recommend covering the paint with clear coat. I am painting a stove not a Chevy. Do not want it looking better than new. Should I clear coat or not. Any pointers will be appreciated. Do I sand, prime and paint or chemically strip? My old lungs do not handle chemical vapors very well anymore. Any advise will be appreciated.