Re: MEK... perhaps another reason

Jack Burgess <jack@...>

Gordon wrote:
<Before going over the edge on the banning of MEK--
<It can also be used in the manufacture of Methamphetamine. It was "Red
<listed" back in 1988.

True, but by using Ephedrine or Pseudo-ephedrine which is in Sudafed, one
doesn't need MEK. Back when meth labs were using MEK, that also needed
acetone, another hardware stable. (From the Utah Department of Public Safety
website, not personal experience...<g>)

Jack Burgess

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