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- Demineralised water
- Silicone Spray
- Spray Adhesive Aerosol
- Mineral Turpentine
- Metholated Spirits
- PVA Wood Glue
- Engineering Adhesives
- Engineering Lubricants.
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- Demineralised water
Demineralised water is specially purified water that has had most or all of its mineral and salt ions removed, such as Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Chloride, Sulphate, Nitrate and Bicarbonate. It is also known as Deionised water, DI or Demin water.
Demineralised water and deionised water are generally considered distinct from distilled water, which is purified in a still ie. by boiling and re-condensing, a process which also removes salt ions.
The major differences are that demineralised water is usually freer of mineral ions, depending on the number of processes used to make it, and distilled water may have less organic contaminants, as deionisation does not remove uncharged molecules such as viruses or bacteria. However, deionisation also leaves behind less ‘scale’ than distillation, and so has a cleaner production.
- Silicone Spray
Silicone spray is a very good lubricant for any squeaking metal, rusting preventative, for keyholes etc it is endless…much better than wd-40 for it does not evaporate within a few days like wd-40 does..it has long lasting results..it is all I use on my machinery/compressors/paint sprayers/pressure washers etc…
Because silicone spray is water resistant, it also can protect items from moisture. You can use it on home, automotive, and marine metals as a rust retardant. I know that painted hinges, such as on my van, tend to rust because the paint chips off. The silicone spray not only protects the outside paint, but can creep into the hinge to keep it working smoothly. I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to extract a hinge pin from a van door, but it is not for the faint of heart, so the silicone is a godsend
Spray Adhesive Aerosol
t may also be called spray adhesive or spray glue, but whatever name is used, aerosoladhesive can be utilized in a variety of convenient ways and settings. Residential, commercial, and industrial projects or repairs can be completed efficiently with a spray adhesive product. An aerosol adhesive can be used to assemble products; to prevent frayed edges on certain material; to create displays, crafts, and other decorative items; or to install things like insulation or carpet. In the home setting, the concern of burns caused by hot glue guns can be eliminated by using spray adhesive.
With aerosol adhesive, you have more control over where the bonding agent is placed. Some sprayers are specially designed to limit overspray. By preventing waste and excess cleanup, you can save both time and money. Some brands of aerosol adhesive include an adjustable spray nozzle, which will allow you to determine the size of the spray stream. You can create a thin or thick layer of adhesive and adjust as necessary throughout the project.
Mineral Turpentine: Source: WIKIPEDIA
is a petroleum-derived clear, transparent liquid which is a common organic solvent used in painting and decorating. In 1924, Atlanta dry cleaner W. J. Stoddard worked with Lloyd E. Jackson of the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research to develop a less volatile dry cleaning solvent as an alternative to the petroleum solvents in use. Dry cleaners began using the result of their work in 1928 and it soon became the predominant dry cleaning solvent in the United States, until the late 1950s.
It is a mixture of aliphatic and alicyclic C7 to C12 hydrocarbons with a maximum content of 25% of C7 to C12 aromatic hydrocarbons. A typical composition for mineral spirits is > 65% C10 or higher hydrocarbons, aliphatic solvent hexane, and a maximum benzene content of 0.1% by volume, a kauri-butanol value of 29, an initial boiling point of 65 °C (149 °F), a dry point of approximately 69 °C (156 °F), and a density of 0.79 g/ml.