Rutland Stove and Gasket Cement (Original)

Size: 2.3 fl oz tube

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Using our Rutland Products you can Keep your Fire-Burning  Equipment operating at peak efficiency. Repair and maintain your fireplace, chimney, wood stove, or gas stove like the RUTLAND Stove Gasket Cement.

RUTLAND Stove Gasket Cement pulls double duty because not only can this cement adhere any fiberglass gasket to most any metal, it can also be used to fix those small cracks, pinholes, and leaks in a cast-iron stove. Available in a handy squeeze tube or a larger caulk gun–ready size, this cement will help restore a stove to safe and efficient operation. Before it is heat cured, it can also be cleaned up with water, so there’s no need to worry about small mistakes when applying, even if it has already dried.

Standard Features

  • 2.3 oz Tube or 10.3 oz Cartridge
  • Black
  • Rated to 2000°F (1090°C)
  • Approximate coverage: 29′ (2.3 oz tube) or 99′ (10.3 oz caulk cartridge), both with 1/8″ bead
  • Indoor use only
  • Requires heat to cure
  • Paintable after curing
  • Made in the USA

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Carbon Black and Crystalline Silica, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to CA Prop 65 Warning



FOR SMALL REPAIRS: Knead tube before use. Cut tube tip to the desired opening. Dampen the area lightly with water and apply cement in 1/8″ layers. Air dry for at least one hour. Within 30 days, start a fire and gradually increase heat to 500°F (260°C) to cure.

FOR GASKET REPLACEMENT: Cut tube tip to the desired opening. Dampen the area with water and apply the minimum amount of cement required into the gasket channel, then press the gasket firmly into cement. Close the door to ensure a good seal, then trim the excess gasket. Allow to air dry for 1 hour with the door open. Within 30 days, start a fire and gradually increase the heat to 500°F (260°C) to cure.

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