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Rerack Dishwasher Rack Repair - White 630076

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Description

  • The product is OZ White Repair Coating
  • Ideal For Touching Up Rusted & Damaged Dishwasher Racks
  • The product is manufactured in United States
  • Eliminates rust from transferring onto dishes
  • High strength formula is heat and water resistant and will not peel or pop off during high water pressure washes
  • Bonds to most pre-coated vinyl wire racks
  • Synthetic rubber coating will last and provide protection for years
  • Easy to use
  • Eliminates rust from transferring onto dishes
  • High strength formula is heat and water resistant and will not peel or pop off during high water pressure washes
  • Bonds to most pre-coated vinyl wire racks
  • Synthetic rubber coating will last and provide protection for years
  • Easy to use

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Customer Reviews

Follow InstructionsLet me start by saying I m 70 yrs old and living on a small fixed income. My dishwasher is at least 20 years old. It was rusting. I googled my options and replacement racks were too expensive. I tried this product. It was very tedious and time consuming BUT it worked. Looks a bit lumpy here and there but for $10 well worth the time and effort. After about 14 months I noticed I needed to do some touch up but I m happy with the product. I m hoping the grandkids will pool their money some Christmas in the not too distant future and buy me a new dishwasher. Until that unlikely scenario happens I m ok with the repairs. 4Works as Advertised!I used this on my racks where I couldn't put the caps and it works perfectly! Make sure you follow the directions and get as much of the rust off; if not all of it! The spots I used it on were in really bad shape so I ended up putting like 6 coats on! I would put on a coat and wait 30 minutes and then put on another coat! That seem to work the best for me and the product would build up on itself and I just kept applying until I reached my desired thickness. There is plenty in this bottle you could probably paint your entire rack if you wanted! Also I found that it worked better if you dabbed it on more than if you brushed it on! Don't put too much on at first if you are trying to achieve a certain thickness; build it up with multiple coats! 5ReRack, An Inexpensive Alternative to NewRedoing rusty dishwasher racks is a multi step process. 1) Pull or cut off the frayed vinyl. 2) Prime the rust with an acid etching solution available at an auto parts store to turn the rust black. 3) Shake the ReRack paint vigorously and use a cue tip or small stick to bring it to a more constant texture as it tends to be thicker on the bottom of the bottle. 4) Paint the affected areas, with ReRack using multiple coats. I allowed about an hour between coats. The product goes on thick, so be sure to allow enough drying time between coats. 5) Allow a good 24 hours for the ReRack to harden before reinstalling the rack into the dishwasher and putting it back in service.I cannot comment on the durability of the paint as I have only put the dishwaher through 3 cycles since I redid the racks. It was less than the $200 cost of buying new racks. Since my dishwasher is 13 years old, that wasn't going to happen anyway. Whether it was a good choice, time will tell. 4Works, but flawed bottle design needs attention and application is a painThis product does work, and it's the only product I could find that can endure the high temperatures it'll be exposed to in a dishwasher, but I'm rating it three stars for these reasons: The bottle's design is flawed It is an enormous pain to apply since it's the consistency of cold honey (read below for application tips)The bottle is supposed to have a washer that sits on top of it when you unscrew the lid, but after using two bottles of the stuff on my old dishwasher rack, I can tell you with a reasonable amount of certainty that all that washer is going to do is get stuck in the top of the bottle. You can shake it and shake it and do a special dance hoping it'll fall out of the lid, but odds are most people don't even know a washer is supposed to be there. This washer is crucial for two reasons: A) It scrapes excess goop off of the stem when you remove the brush from the bottle B) It significantly extends the life of the product by shielding it from the air. Because the washer gets stuck in the lid, the product dries out and you're dealing with a frustrating half-dried mess of a product once you're 2/3rds into the bottle.If you're covering 30-40 spots, one bottle used carefully should last for two coats. If you have more than that, you'll need two bottles like I did.Application Tips:1) Use sandpaper to clean all rust off of your dishwasher. Don't remove any more plastic than you need to remove. If the plastic is bloated or needs to be removed, pliers and possibly a metal file might be in order. Lightly sand the perimeter of the affected area so the product can grip.2) Clean the metal and surrounding plastic with isopropyl alcohol to remove any remaining rust, dust, or oil from the surface.3) Shake the bottle hard for a couple of minutes. There is a ball bearing in there that will help mix the solvent in with the substance you're applying4) Take a big glob of it and liberally apply it, then spread that glob around, ensuring you overlap it with the existing plastic. It's much easier to use the glob method than trying to paint on small sections at once, because it just smears it around. As you're painting, ensure that you circle the metal with the product, even if the spot you're covering is just a single dot of rust. You want to do this so you form a circle around the metal and the product can be self-supporting vs. trying to cling to old plastic material in a single spot. For the dish prongs, paint at least an inch down the prong.5) For your second coat (and you will want a second coat), you don't have to worry about circling the metal a second time. The product's solvents will soften the top layer of your previous coat enough for it to cling to itself, so you can just paint over only the areas that need thickening, saving you some time/frustration.6) Let it dry overnight as the instructions dictate. I waited two days to be sure that the product had fully cured.It took me hours and hours of work, but I can now use my dishwasher without it putting tons of rust spots on my plates. I've already run a load of dishes and it looks completely unaffected. It seems to work great, but man is it a nightmare to apply! I probably spent 6-8 hours prepping and applying this stuff when it was all said and done. 3Better than nothingBought this almost 3 years ago and have mixed feelings on it. On one hand, it does protect your dishrack from further rusting. On the other hand, it s questionable if it s worth the time & effort to apply it properly. I used a mini Dremel tool to file down all the rusted areas until I could see shiny steel. There were probably a 15 to 20 spots I had to do this on, which took me about 2 to 3 hours. I made sure to wear safety glasses when doing this, didn t want to ruin my day with a piece of rusted metal flying into my eye. From there I wiped the sanded down spots with rubbing alcohol to remove any residual rust. The next part, which was applying the ReRack, was most frustrating. I had to keep in mind that the object of this is to prevent further rust only and not to make it pretty. ReRack is EXTREMELY thick, so it s impossible to apply it nicely like the pictures on the packaging show. For me, I had to cake the stuff on. It s false advertisement to display pictures of neatly coated prongs. Griping aside, it took me between 1 to 2 hours to coat everything to my liking. I let everything sit for about 24 hours before placing anything in the dishracks. About every 3 months, I inspect the racks to find spots where coating isn t holding up (little brown spots) and dab a glob on those spots. This goes without saying, but it gets exponentially harder to apply this stuff the older it gets. After almost 3 years with occasional inspection, I ve been able to keep my dishrack intact.In the end, it s ultimately up to you, as the consumer on how to approach your rusted dishrack. You can fork out $150+ for a new dishrack. Or you could save that money and spend 3 to 5 frustrating hours to fix it along with the required occasional preventive maintenance. I m frugal, so I chose the less expensive route.Last thing I d like to add is that I don t and have never put metal pots or pans in our washer. The only metal I put in the washer is silverware with the exception of knives. This probably helped in keeping things intact after three years. Through this entire ordeal, I m most annoyed with the previous homeowner for letting the rack get to the state it was in. They must have slammed every sharp thing possible to leave me with the catastrophe I dealt with. 3Saves me the cost of replacementI just used this product on the rusted areas that had just started to appear on the upper rack of my 19-year-old KitchenAid dishwasher. I had replaced both upper and lower racks 7 years ago.I removed the upper rack from the dishwasher and took it outside so that I could apply the paint to both the bottom side of the rack as well as the areas on the top of the rack that showed a small amount of rust.The consistency of the paint is like a gummy White-out . It has a paint odor so it s nice to work outdoors when applying it. I wore disposable gloves and applied several thin coats like the directions recommended. I let it dry outside overnight and then put it back in the dishwasher the next day.It s been about three days since I applied the paint and it is still holding up very well in the dishwasher.I wish I had known about this product a couple years when the tines on the bottom rack were rusting. Those tines rusted and completely broke off so I had to replace the bottom rack of my KitchenAid dishwasher last month and it cost about $200 for a new rack. 5Spend 10 bucks or so and your dishwasher is good to go!Here's the deal. For months my wife had been telling me that the racks (particularly the lower one) on the dishwasher were rusting. By the time I actually got around to look at it there was serious rust on many spots and some of the places had rusted through and broken off and there was rust falling into the dishwasher where the dishes are. Not good! I investigated the possibility of buying a new rack but, Whoa!! They wanted $150 to $200 so that was unlikely. When I Googled "repair rusty dishwasher rack" one result was ReRack at Amazon. I bought it for about 10 bucks. I followed the instructions using a small wire brush to removed as much rust as a could and then a file. I had to actually break off and discard a few of the areas but there is enough places left to load the dishes. I waited about 3 days and then ran the dishwasher. None of the material washed away, cracked, melted or fell off. I have now been using it for about 4 weeks and all is well. No rust! Even if I had to do the procedure again every few months at 10 bucks a pop that is better than spending $150 on a new rack for a 12 year old dishwasher that my blow up tomorrow. I highly recomment ReRack. 5Great idea, but it doesn't last long...!Like another review that I read, I spent a lot of prepping time with a dremel tool and rubbing alcohol. However, the finished repair had a very short life. Every repair didn't last long! So, I know it wasn't the job I did because there wasn't a single repair that held up.The worst part is that this product comes in a tiny little bottle and it appears to be identical to the same manufacturer's Liquid Electrical tape. So, if you really want to spend your time using this product, buy the white liquid electrical tape because on a per ounce basis, it's a lot less expensive!Performix Liquid Electrical Tape is a great product that lasts a long time! However, in a dishwasher environment, it just doesn't last long... Maybe a month or two if you're lucky before it starts degrading. And, once it start cracking and moisture get underneath it, the metal underneath it starts rusting again and the whole repair that was done is gone.If you are going to use this product in you're dishwasher, try using some kind of rust neutralizer before applying this product. But, in the end I don't think it will make much of a difference because the product doesn't seem to be able to withstand the heating cycle of a dishwasher. 1It can save your dishwasher rack, and your wallet.Dishwasher rack repair is NOT someting that most of us look forward to. That said it's best to catch it when it becomes apparent or else you are looking at a major expense to replace rusted out racks. Racks for my Haier D/W are around $250, so when rust appeared on the bottom of the bottom rack I was NOT happy. Dishes can be cleaned to remove the rust stain but what does one use to seal up the crack that stands up to the heat, corrosive chemicals and water in a dishwasher? This stuff. It requires you to clean off rust and use alcohol to clean the area prior to "Painting" it on. Leave it dry for 24 hours and then wash away- and it stayed on- and no more rust stains. Seriously, this stuff can save your rack catch the chips and broken paint early on and you can easily fix your rack and save hundreds of bucks. There is a bit of an odor when applying the paint, but nothing really bad. You can also get replacement tips for the wires that hold dishes when they swell up with rust, although my repair did not require them. Highly recommended. Should this paint fail prematurely I will revise this review to reflect that. For now I am very happy and pleased with this product. 5Rack Repair Is Not a Long-term FixI had several spots on my lower dishwasher rack where the plastic coating had worn from use & the wire beneath was rusting. Although I followed the directions on the Rack Repair coating and sanded off any rust, after using my machine for about 2 weeks I had to redo the coating. And now a week or so later, the coating has again come off. It just does not seem to be able to standup to the water & heat involved with using the dishwasher in an ongoing basis. My only option now is to replace the lower rack, which will be somewhat more costly. 4
Rerack Dishwasher Rack Repair - White 630076

Rerack Dishwasher Rack Repair - White 630076

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€51,00
Sale price
€51,00
Regular price
€84,00
Sold out
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per 
Save 39% (€33,00)