Stove & Gasket Cement (Black)

  • Formulated to adhere fiberglass gasket to steel and cast iron
  • Non-asbestos
  • Spreads easily
  • Superior bonding strength
  • Not for exterior use
  • Resists temperatures up to 1093°C (2000°F)
Stove & Gasket Cement (Black)



Knead contents to uniform consistency. Cut tube tip to desired bead width. Calk necessary amount into opening. Press gasket firmly into cement. Allow 1 hour for setting. Heat gradually when starting first fire for heat cure.


Clear all dirt, dust and debris from the aria to be cemented. Insert the cartridge into a caulking gun. Cut tip to desired bead width.


Lightly dampen the surface area with water. Apply cement with 1.8” bead.

Gasket replacement:

Apply the least amount of cement necessary into the gasket door channel. Press the gasket firmly into the cement. Close the stove door and trim excess gasket. Clean-up excess cement with a wet cloth. Open stove door and allow 1 hour to dry. Heat gradually when starting first fire for heat cure. Not for exterior use.


MAY IRRITATE EYES. MAY IRRITATE SKIN. Do not get in eyes. Do not get on skin or clothing. Keep out of reach of children.


Contains Sodium Silicate. If swallowed, call a Poison Control Centre or doctor immediately. Do not induce vomiting. If in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes. If on skin, rinse well with water.



Installing fiberglass gasket in wood stove doors. Metal to metal, metal to masonry repairs on wood burning stoves.


Used for wood burning stoves. Metal to metal masonry repairs under 1/8”.



Item No.Description
KK0076Stove & Gasket Cement BLACK /US 10.3 fl. oz.


Item No.Description
KK0075-AStove & Gasket Cement BLACK /US 2.7 fl. oz.

45 Years of Quality

We design, manufacturer, assemble, and distribute over 7000 metal and plastic heating, air conditioning, ventilation, and building products for use in homes and commercial buildings. Maintenance, renovation, or construction - we've got what you need.