Acetone is primarily used in the production of other chemicals and is also used as a solvent in products such as nail polish removers, cement, lacquers and finishes, cleaners, paint, coatings, films, and adhesives. Some ... More »

Acetone can be made using a wide variety of methods, although as of 2015, approximately 90 percent of acetone produced in the United States is made through the hydrolysis of cumene hydroperoxide. Earlier methods of aceto... More »

Anhydrous acetone is an acetone with no water in it. Acetone, which is also known as propanone, is a ketone in liquid form and highly flammable and volatile, according to Chemical.net. More »

Dissolve Super Glue with acetone, a simple household solvent found in most nail polish removers. Place a cotton swab into the nail polish remover, and apply it to the affected surface to soften the Super Glue. Gently pul... More »

Acetone is used in the preparation of nail polish removers, paints and plastics and as an industrial solvent. It is used to remove stains from porcelain and glassware. Acetone is also used as a thinner for polyester resi... More »

Succinic acid, or succinate, is used to make resins, lacquers and other coatings because its use improves the hardness and flexibility of these substances and shortens drying times compared to similar products that use p... More »

To remove rubber cement, scrape away as much of the substance as you can, and use rubber cement thinner or a dry cleaning solvent to remove it. You need cloth rags, absorbent pads, a dry spotter and rubber cement thinner... More »