pvc glue

Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum, Professional & DIY Advice' started by gfe76, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. gfe76

    gfe76 New Member

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    I had some pvc glue that was slightly gelled so I added some acetone (very similar to methyl ethyl ketone). It now seems to be the same consistency as new...anyone ever done this? I use this stuff so infrequently....more for a general purpose plastic glue than for pvc pumbing.... thanks for reply
     
  2. Plumber2000

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    As long as your not using it for a pressure application as with water line and or dwv then do with what you want with it, once it gels it's no longer good for the plumbing system.
     
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  4. gfe76

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    thaks for info
     
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