I stand corrected. I don't often shop for nail polish remover at CVS. I
- Dries out cuticles and skin surrounding the nail. Your skin sort of
gets a chalky look to them, but it goes away if you moisturize.
which is why many of the removers have oils in them. Bittering agent?
Someone is going to try to drink acetone? Or is that to screw up the
meth cooks somehow?
On Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 3:59:39 PM UTC-4, rbowman wrote:
Also a simple googling for thinning epoxy will come up with several
alternatives, I think for example lacquer thinner was one too. But
for a quart that $8 price is probably as good as it gets with any
of them. And IDK why you would need more than a small amount anyway.
Epoxy can only be thinned slightly, by adding a small amount. As you
thin it, the strength goes down substantially, so it's for apps where
you need a filler, but not high strength. You don't have to add very
much before it becomes a goo that will never cure properly.
Buy a quart of acetone.
I'd use what I'm sure will work rather than take the risk and have a job
turn out bad. Gas is likely to leave some residue also.
But hey, you know your pain tolerance if things go wrong to save a few
On Sun, 24 Apr 2016 09:23:31 -0700 (PDT), Deodiaus
By your logic, why not use saw-dust. It burns , like acetone or
Or use water - it's a very good solvent, like Acetone.
If you don't wasnt a goey mess or a failed joint, use what is
recommended. You only need an ounce or two.
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