Acetone is a fast-evaporating solvent for thinning epoxies, lacquers and adhesives, as well as polyester resins used in fiberglass boat and auto repairs.
When cleaning application equipment or when using for any other purpose, prevent flammable vapor buildup by limiting the amount used to a few ounces at a time. Wait until vapors are gone between uses.
Mixing Acetone with water will reduce damage to fiberglass or other materials when cleaning, but will not reduce its flammability hazard.
Acetone should never be used as an adhesive remover on floors, walls, or other large surfaces.
Do not use as a general-purpose cleaner.
Acetone may soften or damage plastics, synthetics, and many other finishes.
Use only where specified, and test an inconspicuous area before application.