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Old 02-19-2004, 05:38 PM   #1
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Microset question

Is Microset safe to use on glear window parts, it does not frost it or anything does it?


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Clear? - yes it is safe, it will not affect clear syrene.
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Yes I meant clear, thats what I get for not checking before I press submit

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Me too, what the hell is 'syrene'? Should be styrene of course.
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Re: Microset question

Isn't Microset basically just vinegar (well, mostly)? If so, it shouldn't hurt anything, including cured paint.
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No, its not vinegar (acetic acid). It is an alcohol.
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Really? I had no idea. The smell always reminded me of vinegar, so I asked the guy that runs my local hobby store and he told me it was vinegar based. Live and learn I guess.
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