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Appliance Repair Kit Instructions

Appliance Repair Kit Instructions

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Repair Dishwasher Shell, Appliance Knobs, Refrigerator Drawers, Shelves. Fix Nameplates, Gaskets and Rubber Feet 

 

PREPARATION:

1. Clean bond area with Denatured Alcohol Swipe, roughen with 60 grit sandpaper, clean again with Swipe.

2.Cut the glue syringe at the groove 7/16” from the tip. Remove cap located in the blue plunger to allow plunger to push into syringe.

3. Depress blue plunger causing desired amount of glue to dispense, mix resin & hardener equally to a consistent color for at least 2 minutes.

4. Apply glue to both parts to be bonded, press joint together leaving some glue in the joint.

5. At 70˙F the working time=30 Min, Handling strength=4 Hrs, Full Cure=24 Hrs.

6. To remove uncured glue let it cure until just after it is no longer liquid, then cut and strip off. Once glue is fully cured it is very difficult to remove.  Warmer temperatures shorten cure time, lower temps lengthen cure time.

Refrigerator Drawer Repair:

After following the preparation instructions above, determine if the drawer repair will need a patch. Many repairs involve filling holes or cracks and my be able to be finished without a patch. Clean the PVC or metal with Denatured Alcohol Swipe to remove any oil or other contaminants. If repairing a crack or hole,  apply the glue around the hole or crack, then use the UltraWax sheet to push the glue into the crack or hole. If using a patch, cut to desired size, then clean the pole and patch with Denatured Alcohol Swipe, sand with the sandpaper supplied and clean again with the Denatured Alcohol Swipe. After cleaning, apply the glue to both the drawer and the patch, being sure to use a generous amount of glue. The glue will not drip on vertical surfaces, so if enough glue is applied, it will fill folds or irregularites between the pole and patch. Be sure to leave room for the glue between the patch and drawer, if you squeeze all of the glue out between a patch and the drawer or between drawer parts, there will not be sufficient glue to form a bond.

Dishwasher Leaking Shell Repair:

This glue may be used to repair cracks in a leaking shell and also fittings or missing plugs that me be leaking in a dishwasher. After following the preparation instructions above, determine if the shell repair will need a patch. Many repairs involve filling holes or cracks and my be able to be finished without a patch. Clean the shell or area around the fitting with Denatured Alcohol Swipe to remove any oil or other contaminants. If repairing a crack or hole,  apply the glue around the hole or crack, then use the UltraWax sheet to push the glue into the crack or hole. If using a patch, cut to desired size, then clean the pole and patch with Denatured Alcohol Swipe, sand with the sandpaper supplied and clean again with the Denatured Alcohol Swipe. After cleaning, apply the glue to both the shell and the patch, being sure to use a generous amount of glue. The glue will not drip on vertical surfaces, so if enough glue is applied, it will fill folds or irregularites between the pole and patch. Be sure to leave room for the glue between the patch and drawer, if you squeeze all of the glue out between a patch and the drawer or between drawer parts, there will not be sufficient glue to form a bond.

Repair Broken Appliance Knobs:

After following the preparation instructions above, Clean the plastic, metal, wood or glass knob with a Denatured Alcohol Swipe to remove any oil or other contaminants. If possible, roughen the area to be bonded with the sandpaper and clean again with the Denatured Alcohol Swipe. Apply glue to both surfaces to be bonded. Do not apply to only one side and assume that the glue will transfer well to the other surface. Hold the bonded parts together with tape while curing. Be sure not to squeeze all of the glue out of the joints or the bond will fail. The glue will not drip on vertical surfaces, so if enough glue is applied, it will fill folds or irregularites. The cured glue may be sanded and painted or colored with a  marking pen to match the knob color.

Repair Nameplates, Rubber Feet or Gaskets:

After following the preparation instructions above, Clean the plastic, metal, wood or glass parts with a Denatured Alcohol Swipe to remove any oil or other contaminants. If possible, roughen the area to be bonded (roughen any rubber very deeply to remove any silicone from the surface) with the sandpaper and clean again with the Denatured Alcohol Swipe. Apply glue to both surfaces to be bonded. Do not apply to only one side and assume that the glue will transfer well to the other surface. Hold the bonded parts together with duct tape while curing. Be sure not to squeeze all of the glue out of the joints or the bond will fail. The glue will not drip on vertical surfaces, so if enough glue is applied, it will fill folds or irregularites. The cured glue may be sanded and painted or colored with a  marking pen to match the knob color.

Includes: 30gr Vibra-Bond Glue (1), Denatured Alcohol Swipes (3) Mixing Cups (3), Mixing Sticks (3), 4” x 4”  Reinforced Vinyl Patches (3), UltraWax 12” x 12” Release Sheets (3), 60 grit sandpaper (3), Instructions (1)

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