|Use to remove lacquer finishes, for cleanup after painting, and to soften lacquers or acrylics that have set up in spray guns or hoses. It has little effect on polyurethane which has cured in the lines. Use only virgin acetone as recovered acetone can damage virtually anything on which it is used.|
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Does a very good cleaning job.
Works as well as the other brands Spruce sells.
Works well here at the school, whether for recip engine cleaning or general parts cleaning.
Use a couple of oz in a tank of gas in your car/truck to clean up any carbon deposits. Lots of fuel additives have small amounts of acetone in them. Berrymans B12 read the back ingredients.
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Yes, the supplier calls it out as virgin acetone.
This can be shipped UPS or FedEx ground without a haz mat charge. It can not ship U.S. Mail, or Air Freight.