Is there any glue that doesn't solve in some organic solvents, i.e. H2CCl2 ? Cheers!
[Only registered users see links. ] (Mark Key) wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org. com>...
This isn't a really well worded question so I can give you lots of
weasel answers, but let me explain to you where I am coming from.
You say "SOME organic solvents". For any given solvent, there are
lots of glues that it won't dissolve. Polar solvents will attack polar
glues, the same idea is true for nonpolar solvents, but there is no
universal solvent that will dissolve all glues.
Any crosslinked glue will not dissolve in a solvent. At most it will
swell and weaken considerably, but that's all. Hence cyanoacrylates
and epoxies are universal recommendations, amongst others.