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Old 03-31-2016, 06:57 AM   #11
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I've heard of some who put some baby powder in a rag and wipe down the gaskets to prevent sticking.
I have also heard of this method. I haven't done anything yet but I need too. I will try this method first. I also have some 303 protectant. If not 100% satisfied with the baby powder method I will use 303.
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I have also heard of this method. I haven't done anything yet but I need too. I will try this method first. I also have some 303 protectant. If not 100% satisfied with the baby powder method I will use 303.
This will make it slippery, and save the gasket from abrasion from a shiny metal surface that can stick to it. But it won't condition the rubber at all from drying, cracking, checking, oxydizing, or splitting.
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Aerospace 303 is what I use. Good luck
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