Midwest Hearth wood store door gasket. Use to replace worn gaskets once a year on air-tight stoves. Graphite impregnated gasketing is more abrasion resistant and less likely to get stuck with creosote ensuring a better and more consistent air tight seal. Black gasket is used by leading stove manufacturers because of better aesthetics and higher performance. There’s no want to paint graphite impregnated gasketing. *For peak efficiency check woodstove gaskets incessantly and replace every season. Directions: Be sure stove is cold. Wear protective gloves and eye protection. Give protection to work area with a drop cloth. Use a screwdriver or scraper to take away old gasket and clean door channels down to bare metal. Apply a bead of gasket cement in door channel. Press new gasket into wet cement and close door to check for airtight fit. Trim gasket as needed. Clean up all cement spills or excess immediately with wet cloth.
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ABRASION/CRUSH RESISTANT – Graphite impregnation/lubrication makes gasketing more abrasion resistant.
GRAPHITE IMPREGNATED FIBERGLASS – Less likely to get stuck with creosote ensuring a better and more consistent seal.
BLACK GASKET – Used by leading stove manufacturers because of better aesthetics and higher performance.
INDIVIDUALLY BAGGED – Only order the gaskets you wish to have to waste less and save money.
MADE IN USA – Quality manufactured in the USA.