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Subject: Rubber cement

Rubber cement

From: Larry Lippman <larry>
Date: Wednesday, April 11, 1990
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In article <23839 [at] pasteur__Berkeley__EDU>,
    shirriff [at] sprite__berkeley__edu (Ken Shirriff) writes:

> Does anyone know what the solvent in rubber cement is?

Typically, a mixture of hexanes and petroleum ether (a/k/a naptha, VMP
grade [Varnish Makers' & Paint]).

    Doesn't it smell like lighter fluid? :-)

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