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You probably don't want to polymerize the CA in the bottle, because then you will have to peel/pry the bottle material away, and the interior of the polymer mass could still be fluid if you do not wait long enough. First, prepare a plan. For instance, arrange some barriers on waxed paper, say, birthday candles or some disposable sticks, or put waxed paper ...


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I realise this post is over 2 years old but since nobody had mentioned this I'm gonna add it here for any future readers. DCM (DichloroMethane) is a solvent for PLA and PLA+. I realise not everyone has access to it, but for those who do, it is great for solvent-welding of PLA parts. it dissolves PLA almost instantly and produces a seamless and clean weld ...


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Polyethylene (polythene, to some) may have plasticizers, such as adipates, terephthalates, or phthalates, but they are not inherently needed in all cases. Hopefully, the supplier of those alcohols does not bottle them in cntainers with plasticizers, but a wash bottle, purchased separately, might very well have them added to the plastic, particularly because ...


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