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Removing Old Gasket

PainterPainter Posts: 464
edited 10:50AM in EggHead Forum

Working in a body shop, I have found that this is the best way to remove gasket and adhesive from ceramic cookers without harming the ceramic. Just attach to a electric drill. [p]I've done both of mine with no ill effects to the ceramic.
You will probably lose this before you wear it out for gasket removal.[p]Stop at any body shop in your hometown and they should be happy to sell you one. Fits on a drill and makes short order of cleaning up the surface for new gasket. 3M #07466. Or order online.

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  • Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 10,247
    Thanks for pointing it out. I had forgotten about those things. I've used them before and they are great for removing crud and just about anything else that is hard to remove. Should work well on ceramic. You did good by telling everyone.[p]Spring Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

  • carditcardit Posts: 9
    Painter,[p]Does anyone have an online source for the Rutland flat gasket kit?[p]Thanks,

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