How to Make Super Glue From Styrofoam at Home

Recycle Styrofoam: Make Your Own GlueIn the last article on Styrofoam (polystyrene foam), we looked at various ways in which people were recycling the at home. Here we are going to go over a process in Valentino Shoes Online which you can turn Styrofoam into a super glue at home through a discovery that comes from a Japanese researcher at Sony.

Tsutomu Noguchi of the Sony Research Center found that the oil from orange peels would dissolve polystyrene. By using a product called Limoene, that contains .5% of the orange peel oil Noguchi found that the polystyrene would break down into a liquid form that created a very strong glue and Valentino Shoes Sale can be used to create styrene pellets that go back into the production of more polystyrene. Currently, the Sony Corporation is the only major company to mass recycle polystyrene in this way through a full system that they call The Orange Network System. The Limonene has a powerful orange scent and the Styrofoam can be odorous while breaking down.

Tear up or cut your Styrofoam into small pieces

Place your polystyrene into the metal pot

Start off with pouring 4oz of Limonene onto the Styrofoam

The Styrofoam will then break down into a thin liquid form. Take the resulting liquid, which will amount to about 9oz and pour into a jar. Label it well as "Glue" before you put it away, so you and your household will know what it is later.

Chose to use your glue wisely, as it can also act as a type of sealant. Once you use it, just like some of the better Valentino Shoes super glues it is there to stay and is very hard to get off.

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