Acrylic Fish Tank To Extend The Service Life

- May 01, 2020-

After the surface of the acrylic resin is eroded by the solvent, cracking may occur (fine cracks on the surface). In particular, when exposed to a large amount of fragrant hydrocarbon solvents containing toluene, various quick-drying diluents, esters such as ethyl acetate, and ketones such as acetone, cracks are easily generated, and sometimes large cracks may occur. Paints, coating agents, adhesives, various primers and other solvents almost contain these solvents, so care should be taken to avoid direct contact with acrylic resins. In addition, if it comes into contact with the volatile gas of these solvents for a long time, sometimes cracks may also occur.

Acrylic resin has the property of deforming after being heated to above 100℃, so please do not place it in an environment above 80℃. Please pay full attention to avoid exposure to welding sparks, cigarette butts, or exposure to lighting lamps, especially spotlights when taking pictures or videos. Acrylic Aquarium Factory

The method of cleaning the surface of acrylic resin when dust, garbage, oil layer, etc. adheres is to use a soft cloth, flannel, sponge and clean water to gently wipe off. At this time, dust and rubbish may contain hard foreign objects. It is recommended to wipe it off after first gently brushing it off. For dirt that is difficult to remove, such as oil layers, it is recommended to use warm water with a neutral detergent. Some neutral detergents contain solvents, please confirm that they do not contain solvents before using. Acrylic Aquarium Factory

For the dirt that is difficult to remove, such as adhesive tape fixing glue, if you use a solvent such as toluene, it may cause cracks, so please do not use it. In addition, scraping with a scraper or the like will cause scratches and should be avoided. The longer the adhesion time of tapes, especially paper tapes, the more difficult to remove, so please be careful to avoid adhesion to the surface. Under normal circumstances, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in warm water to remove residual glue. When it sticks particularly tightly, apply plastic cleaner to the cloth and gently wipe the surface to remove it.