Did you lose the rubber gasket for your Wyze Cordless Stick Vacuum dirt cup? Have you discovered that Wyze doesn’t sell any spare parts for the Cordless Stick Vacuum? We can help you out.
Since we ourselves lost the dirt cup gasket for our powerful Wyze Cordless Stick Vacuum, we went searching for suppliers for replacements. However, you either pay a lot, get slow shipping, pay more in shipping than the part is worth, or have to buy 20 of them per order (or all of the above!) We bit the bullet and bought dozens, and can share our purchase with you with fast, inexpensive shipping.
We offer fast and inexpensive USPS first-class shipping (1-3 days service) with your purchase and we strive to get it to the mail the same day you order (orders late in the day may not be picked up until the following day).
Our gasket is a 104mm inside diameter nitrile O ring that seals the dirt cup tightly. The O-ring is 70 Durometer chemical-resistant Nitrile which will remain soft and flexible for years under any circumstances. This is more durable than 3D-printed PETG replacements. The O-ring can be a bit floppy, so we recommend using a bit of hot glue inside the gasket groove before putting in the O-ring to ensure it stays in and doesn’t get lost in the future. If your gasket fell out previously, there’s a good chance a replacement could too unless you glue it! We can ship many O-rings per order without significantly increasing shipping costs, so we recommend buying 2 or 3 O-rings so you have spares, since the Wyze Cordless Stick Vacuum is basically unusable without it.
Tip: While you wait for your O-ring order to arrive, a helpful stop-gap measure to be able to use your Wyze Cordless Stick Vacuum in the interim is to close the Dirt Cup without the gasket, and then use packing tape or masking tape to go around the seam between the dirt cup lid and the dirt cup itself. This will seal the suction enough that you can continue using the Wyze Cordless Stick Vacuum. When your O-ring order arrives, just remove the temporary tape and install the O-ring (remember — we recommend gluing it in!)