I have used several debonders and found Super Solvent by Golden West to
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work the best.It works well on resin.Several applications may be
necessary.I remove the disolved CA with a paper towel and reapply to achieve
the desired results.Armand Premo
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From: "Dean Payne" <deanpayne@...>
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2004 5:01 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Re: ACC debonder
I've used a commercial AC debonder from Bob Smith industries on resin
with no ill effects. I was able to remove some drop grabs that
should have been straight, and replace them with the proper type.
This was on the end, fairly thick resin, but I didn't want to have to
live with my mistake. (This was on an F&C CV box, I think I
misinterpreted a drawing and didn't trust the instructions. I did
something dumb, whatever it was!)
The stuff does not smell like nail polish remover, so I think it is a
totally different formula.
--- In STMFC@..., "Terry Roberts" <robertst@t...> wrote:
Is there a chemical solvent or de-bonder that might assist my job.I'd prefer to avoid drilling the screw out. Thanks in advance.
good for the paint, most definitely not good for plastic. I believe
Acetone works pretty good for debonding fingers, probably not very
there are commercial debonders available at hobby shops. I don't
know the pros and cons of these.
In the Pacific NW
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