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TECHNOLOGY OF MANUFACTURING A GLUING FOAMERATION SOLUTION
IN DICHLORETHANE OR ACETONE

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The adhesive solution of polystyrene in dichloroethane or acetone is stable opposite to alkali and an alkaline electrolyte can also serve as a protective film for a painted surface. The solution is prepared in a clean glass container, pouring solvent into small pieces of foam. The solution is forced to own the density of silicate glue. A thin layer of the solution is also dried onto a non-fat gas with pure gasoline or acetone and the dried surface is also applied with a brush. Then the surface is coated with paint or bitumen varnish and also after drying, the solution is applied again. As a result, a layer of paint or varnish will be between the doubles of the layers of alkali-resistant coating. In this way it is good to cover, for example, alkaline battery banks. The solution is also toxic volatile. It is also necessary to prepare the solution with it in the open atmosphere or in a place with good ventilation. Keep the solution in a vessel with a ground stopper.