We offer pure denatured alcohol from Recochem chemical. This is the only alcohol solvent suitable for shellac products, and will not thin most other coatings. Denatured alcohol can be dissolved in water for cleaning. Can also be used in alcohol stoves. The 'denatured' in its name refers to the fact that chemicals have been added so this alcohol is no longer potable, but the chemical ethanol structure remains the same.
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Thinners and Solvents
will this remove gorilla glue from metal?
I have no Idea
nope Denature Alcohol won't touch Gorilla Glue. try acetone, wear gloves, can you scrape the glue after loosening it? ie: is the metal painted and pretty? if yes, the acetone might react with the paint so go slowly and scrub, with rough cloth.
What do you denature the ethanol with? And is this 100% anhydrous alcohol??
I have no idea.
I think it is Methanol, but check shellac-com. If mixing shellac you want 190 proof or 5% methanol or less. You could use regular alcohol, but why spend the extra money? This product is denatured so the govt doesn't add a batfe tax.
I use this product in my Blomus fireplace. I have tried numerous other denatured alcohols but this is the only one that produces the desired yellow flame.
Can this product be used to clean records?
In my opinion NO.It is too volatile and could destroy the vinyl of the record(s).I would suggest you send her a small sample to try.Mike/Temecula Stamp & Graphics
Honestly, I don't know. If it were me I would test it on a ruined record on a small patch to watch the reaction. I bought it for camp stove fuel because it burns so clean without soot. I hope this is of some small help to you. Best of luck.
Yes. We use it for our fondue cooker, but can be used to clean windows and I suppose records. It is known elsewhere as 'methylated spirits'. I would apply a small amount onto a rag and then wipe the vinyl.
Sorry, I use it as a preservative for plankton and don't know how it might affect records. However, I do use plastic containers to store the plankton and there appears to be no deterioration of the the plastic.
I have been told that I can clean records with ths. Is this true?
Hi Betty,I do not know if you can clean records with denatured alcohol. We have customers that previously used it for cleaning business equipment. But since this item can no longer be shipped via custom carriers, we have discontinued selling it.Sorry I can't answer your question.Joan
REGULUS WEST ALFREDO VOCAL
If you have the right record brush and you use just a drop, denatured alcohol can be used for cleaning records.
Definitely not.....Warm soapy water and a soft cloth, then rinse and lay flat to air dry...Same with CD/DVDs.
Google "cleaning records with alcohol" - you will many references to using a 1:1 mix of water and alcohol. You will find a number of slightly different techniques. Ted
Does the job safely
I use DA in boat building. The good thing about denatured alcohol is that is not toxic when in contact with skin, and it does a great job thinning epoxy resin for sealing wood pores, and as a base for fiberglassing, whereas acetone and lacquer thinner contain more toxic compounds and are not necessary in this instance.
Mark the Shark
Denature Is greatest ot worsts!!!
I have been working in a Sighn Shop making signs... I have learn the many uses in this product it is very help full and at the wrong way it can destroy what you want...