|Solvent used to remove coatings for repairs, for clean up, and to release cemented seams.|
POLY-FIBER MEK QUART
The Poly Brush stuff is the best and I would use nothing else for an airplane. But I also use MEK to bond model railway track to tie strip and there is an adequate substitute for NON-AVIATION endeavors available at Crappy Tire for very cheap and no need for shipping costs.
always a good product
Received packaged well and undamaged.
Works good, came fast and was well packaged. Hazardous shipping is brutal though.
Can arrived dented but useable. The plus, the only place I found that you still can get MEK in CA
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