Buy yourself a dark coloured sheet of
heat resistant silicon from the kitchen supply section in your local supermarket
it's food grade safe and as said heat resistant. It is also slip free
which is good for me as I'm stroke disabled on my left side. Iused to get
tired chasing my food around the table as it moved in front of my fork.
Anyway the silicon sheet keeps my dinner plate in the one place as I
attack it (I can only use my right hand)
I had considered paper
plates and a staple gun Her Who Must Be Obeyed Vetoed the idea because I was
left with the same problem of chasing the last of the food around the plate and
holes in her nice mahogany table.
Anyway I digress Place
your gasket on to it and you can carefully draw around it and cut it
out, or you can very lightly dust it with ordinary white flour.
Gently pick it off with a pair of tweezers and carefully shake of the
excess flour and you are left with an exact imprint of your gasket (this way
it doesn't keep moving as you draw). Fit this and you're hot to
Alternatively you could use a good
dollop Aquarium grade silicon sealant fit your element and let