How do you clean adhesive from perspex?
Go to your local Plastics and Fibreglass shop and get Perspex/Plexiglas polish. -There are 4-5 grades available.
Boil a pot of water on a stove (but not to hot, it could ruin the cardboard). The steam from the boiling water should be able to moisten the adhesive. Then, take your nail and SLOWLY peel the adhesive, but test it on a corner first. Finish up and then clean any other minor residues (assuming that it is a project)
First separate the 'button' from the mirror stalk. Now clean the area on window with acetone or lacquer thinner. When it's clean and dry place a drop or two of the adhesive on the button and press it onto the window. Hold it for about 2 minutes then it will be firmly stuck, now slide the mirror stalk over it and tighten it up.
Perspex is a compound (scientifically known as Poly(methyl methacrylate or PMMA). It is a clear, solid material like glass, except it is shatter-proof. It is also known as "Plexiglass". A sentence could use the word as follows: "Many large sheets of Perspex were used to construct the safety glass for the hockey rink, due to its strength and clarity."
No. Carpet that is to be glued down must have a clean, smooth and sound surface prior to installation. It is necessary to remove the existing carpet before installing the new. Scrape away any old adhesives best as possible, vacuum, use a premimum adhesive or contact adhesive, and press the new carpet into the adhesive to get a good transfer.