Working with acetone

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SteveColes

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1. When spilled on the floor wipe it up immediately. If you stand in the puddle, when you try to walk around, the softened soles of your sneakers will feel like you are walking on a sticky surface and will mess up your nice wooden floors.

2. After cleaning up the spill, don't stand in that spot for at least an hour. Otherwise, the residual acetone will still soften your sneaker soles, but then will evaporate very quickly and your soles will be hard again, but they will effectively be glued to the concrete floor.
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DaveO

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DaveO
:eusa_doh::eusa_doh::eusa_doh::eusa_doh::eusa_doh::eusa_doh:D'oh, and how did you find out all this valuable information :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Dave:)
 
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And I last heard that Steve was going to be making sawdust, not tracks! :lol:

Rob
 

froglips

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Jim Campbell
Thats why they tell you to wear gloves when working with it.

So your sneakers won't stick to the floor.

Jim
 

cskipper

Cathy
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How does wearing gloves when using it keeps your tennis shoes from sticking to the floor?
 

clowman

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Clay Lowman
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It will also disolve ca glue. I soak my bushings in it every now and then to get the ca build up off.
 

Eaglesc

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Eagle
It will also act as an accelerant the only problem is it melts all the spray bottles I put it in.
 

clowman

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Clay Lowman
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How about a glass one Eagle? I don't suppose that would help the actual sprayer part... never seen a glass one of those.
 
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