Material Safety Data Sheets for Modeling Materials

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  1. Crimea_River

    Crimea_River Well-Known Member

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    #1 Crimea_River, Nov 12, 2014
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    I've often wondered about the nature of the various products I use when modelling and have thought about obtaining Material Safety Data Sheets (often known as MSDS's) for them. I've never gone to that step yet until today, when I accidentally stumbled across this site that seems like a handy reference.

    Sharing for those interested and who can't read the Japanese on all the Tamiya products.....

    Material Safety Data Sheets - MSDS - Stanbridges Hobby Shop

    The one I worry about the most though, Tamiya Extra Thin cement, has a pretty useless sheet.
     
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    Thanks for the link Andy...Bookmarked.

    Geo
     
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    Not much to it, active ingredients in Tamiya's cement are acetone and butyl acetate. Either one can be found in a generic MSD sheet.
     
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