Re: MEK Substitute and current plastic cements
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Tenax is dichloromethane (aka methylene chloride). I bought a QUART on Amazon.
MEK is methylethylketone, or 2-butanone. I have a quart of that too. :-)
On 8/20/2019 9:55 AM, Denny Anspach wrote:
I am on the very edge of using up the last drops of my Tenax and Ambroid liquid plastic cements, and I was jolted this morning when my reliable ACE Hardware store informed me that they can no longer carry my otherwise usual MEK (and this is IOWA, not California). I do have some Testors (2-3 years old), but at least the bottle that I have seems to take forever or…. not at all to set up.