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Old 03-03-2006, 11:36 PM   #4
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Acetone is most certainly corrosive towards all types of resins. It is used as a thinner when working with resins. However, once cured, the resin will be reasonably resistent to acetone as long as you just use a small amount on a rag and wipe off the glue with the rag.
If you were to use excessive amounts of acetone (ie soak the chassis in it), it would start to break down the chemical bond between the laminations which could lead to delamination.
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