Danger. I used that stuff at Honeywell and it is so bad the company got it
out of the plant. Just read the meterial safety
data sheet it can eat your body up.
> >>I have a can of Star brite (TM) liquid tape that has thickened up on
> >>me. I realize that it is pretty inexpensive, but so as to adhere to
> >>my grandmother's old philosophy of "waste not, want not" does anybody
> >>out there have any idea as to what to use as a thinner?
> >I called StarBrite on the phone some time ago when I had the same
> >problem and they gave me the answer immediately. MEK solvent is your
> >official manufacturer santioned solution.
> >Rick, N6CR
> That's some potent stuff. Methyl Ethyl Ketone. I used to sell that in the
> oil field to thin the industrial paints they used on the rigs. It makes
> regular paint thinner seem like water. If that won't do it nuttin' will.
> 73, Matt--K7BG
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