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[BKARTS] isopropanol



Try a local printing supply for isopropynol. Better,
try buying a small amount (bring your own bottle) from
your local QuickPrint, etc. 
And as was said, no you don't want any water in the
mix as a rule.


 
--- Lavinia Adler <laviniaa@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I've gotten no response from my  Cellugel vendor, so
> I'll ask here. I
> assume when the label states that the product can be
> diluted using 100%
> isopropanol, they mean the bottle of isopropanol I
> buy should not include
> any percentage of water, not that I can use a bottle
> marked 70% or 93% as
> long as I don't add anything else into the mix.
> 
> The answer seems obvious to me, but, since I'm
> having trouble locating
> 100% isopropanol, I thought I'd take a chance on
> learning that I'm wrong.
> 
> Lavinia Adler
> 
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