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Kirby Nozzle Gasket Adhesive
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Post# 391187   4/28/2018 at 02:26 by BriGuy (Wichita, Kansas)        

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Hi all, what's the recommended adhesive to use on a Kirby nozzle gasket? Is it rubber cement? I recently acquired this Heritage 2 that needed a new fan & good cleaning & tune up. It's back in action but needs the gasket adhered better.

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Post# 391213 , Reply# 1   4/28/2018 at 15:31 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
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If you are adhering gasket id use clear silicone or super glue. Basically anything that adheres metal and rubber than is clear. The motor housing would need good gasket but most would suffice.
Les


Post# 391227 , Reply# 2   4/28/2018 at 18:43 by eurekastar (Amarillo, Texas)        

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I always use 3M Emblem Adhesive.

Post# 391236 , Reply# 3   4/28/2018 at 21:21 by texaskirbyguy (Plano, TX)        

3M weatherstrip cement has served me well on these.

Post# 391240 , Reply# 4   4/28/2018 at 22:00 by MadMan (Chicago, IL, USA)        

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I wouldn't use super glue. It gets hard and crusty and might make an imperfect seal. Granted, it's not perfect to begin with.

A couple tiny dabs of any kind of silicone behind it. No need to smear, as I'm assuming you just want the gasket to stay put, and not to improve the seal, right?

Emblem or weatherstrip adhesive would work fine as well. Kind of whatever you have on hand. I don't think rubber cement would hold it for very long.


Post# 391246 , Reply# 5   4/28/2018 at 23:22 by vacman1961 (North Babylon, New York)        

The adhesive that Kirby uses is a brown rubber cement, it used to be made by 3M, I forgot the Kirby part number, it was something like T110, it has been a while since I ordered it from them.


Post# 391261 , Reply# 6   4/29/2018 at 08:40 by bikerray (Middle Earth)        

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I've always used Pliobond.

Post# 391273 , Reply# 7   4/29/2018 at 14:06 by huskyvacs (Northern Indiana)        

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What MadMan says is correct, plus a lot of superglue can eat away at rubber.

I am not sure if this is the product that vacman was talking about, but it fits the bill and does what it says on the tin: www.amazon.com/3M-Industr...


Post# 391308 , Reply# 8   4/29/2018 at 22:50 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
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Uh dont use the 3m adhesive its to thick and has color to it. Its great if your using it as a gasket but to hold a gasket on its to thick.
Clear silicone. There is a product called goop glue. The people who make sjoe goo make it. Ive used it on quite a few things.
Les





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