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PLEXIGLAS® SHEET: CLEANING
Type of Contamination.
|Masking Paper Adhesive||Use a hydrocarbon solvent such as VM&P naphtha, kerosene, or mineral spirits. Follow with a detergent-water wash and a CLEAN water* rinse..|
|Water-soluble Contaminants||Wash with a detergent-water solution followed by a fresh water* rinse.|
|Fingerprints||Wipe with soft CLEAN cloth lightly dampened with isopropyl alcohol. Avoid contact with the edges of the sheet since they may be areas of high stress|
|Oil-soluble Contaminants||Use a hydrocarbon solvent such as VM&P naphtha, kerosene, or mineral spirits. Follow with a detergent-water wash and a CLEAN water* rinse.|
|Wipe the area with a damp synthetic sponge then wipe the surface with VM&P naphtha.|
|Grease-forming Compounds||Wash with kerosene or mineral spirits. Followed by washing with a detergent-water solution and a CLEAN water* rinse.|
|Silicone Oils and Greases||Avoid contact completely. Once contaminated with silicones, Plexiglas® sheet is virtually impossible to clean.|
|*Note:||When a clean water rinse is specified, use distilled or deionized water to prevent water spotting which may adversely affect adhesion when painting Plexiglas® sheet.|
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