Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 19:56:51 -0400
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From: Ray Mainer <rmainer**At_Symbol_Here**GMAVT.NET>
Subject: Re: Broken Foot and Open-toed Shoes
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Plastic bags (polyethylene) are resistant to acetone and almost 
everything else except hot aromatic solvents.  They do melt around 100C 
to 120 C so hot liquids could be a real hazard.  They are slippery too.

Ray Mainer

On 3/29/2011 11:17 AM, paracelcusbombastusvon**At_Symbol_Here** wrote:
> Keep in mind the dissolving power of any solvent that may being used.  Water generally will not dissolve most plastic bags, BUT acetone will.  Now you have unprotected skin.
> Lynn K
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