The resin is made up from two components:
Component A: silicic acid, sodium salt (less than 10% sodium silicate)
Component B: Diphenylmethane-4,4'-Diisocyanate, isomers and homologs (MDI,Polymer-MDI)
It has been cured in place, however it became stuck to a piece of equipment made out of rubber.
It is stuck several meters down a line so access is very limited.
Is there anything that would be strong enough in small quantities to dissolve or even loosen this adhesive?
Any thoughts on a mixture of water 90%, ammonia 8% and detergent 2%? Would I need a large quantity of this mixture or how effective would it be? Or a mixture of the same except using sodium carbonate instead of ammonia?
Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.