3 responses

  1. Adelaide Dupont
    July 10, 2019

    Sniffs like a good chemical explanation!


  2. Zoe Campos
    March 9, 2020

    Thank you for telling me that we can use lacquer thinner to remove ink and paint adhesive residue on metals and other kinds of surfaces. My father will be painting our kitchen as we try to remodel it entirely and is worried that we might get paint on our countertop and other appliances. We’ll be looking for Aluma Clear products so we’ll be ready just in case something spills.


  3. Samantha S. Rivera
    August 29, 2020

    I’m a full-time crossdresser and
    I bet about 95% of women didn’t know the difference between them. I knew that acetone and lacquer were very different between the two but never thought that it’s flammable and I keep my acetone bottle next to high heat levels and lacquer nail polish I have it next to open flames and I’m surprise my fingers never went up in flames, or is that completely different? Either way I’m glad that I had read this material and had me to move everything away from any type of heat/flames. I can’t afford to lose my roof (over my head), especially due to covid-19, due to lack of knowledge.


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