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Re: [APD] Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 36, Issue 11

What I have read, chloroform takes about have an hour or so of contact, and will turn the silicone to goo, which can be more easily mechanically removed. I suspect the results will be the same with the bi or tichlor ethene family of chemsical. Good luck with the trichlorethene (aka, trichlorethylene). A very intense degreaser and top of the line Hazardous Material. Use with great care, and protect all body tissue from exposure, including lungs, skin, and eyes.

PS: here's a tip, never rent a property that was previously used as a dry cleaners ;-)
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----- Original Message ----
From: George Slusarczuk <yurko at warwick_net>
To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
Sent: Monday, August 7, 2006 4:25:47 PM
Subject: Re: [APD] Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 36, Issue 11

> Hello Mike,

Chloroform, dichloro ethane, or trichloro ethane  will dissolve 
silicone. The di- and trichloro ethane are used in drycleaning.
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