Acetone is a colorless, fast drying, flammable solvent that has many uses.
Like gasoline, acetone is highly flammable and will evaporate rapidly. It is recommended that when not in use, always keep containers tightly sealed.
Acetone is a common building block in organic chemistry. Acetone is a fast-drying product that is familiar in household uses as an active ingredient in nail polish remover and paint thinners
Acetone is miscible with water and serves as an important solvent in its own right, typically for cleaning purposes in the laboratory, fiberglass resin industry (composite materials), epoxy resin industry and paint products industry
Acetone is high strength solvent widely used in the composite industry as the standard for cleaning and degreasing tools and equipment. Also used as a thinning agent for resins and gel coats.
Acetone will dissolve and remove epoxy resin, polyester resin, and vinyl ester resin from tools, brushes, and surfaces. It is great for removing grease and wax for surface preparation prior to bonding or repair.Also used as a thinning agent for resins and gel coats.