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Spa bulges in one area what cause this and can it be fixed


Is this a Fiberglass or Acrylic Spa?
Or are you referring to a portable toy spa that is inflatable?

If the former, your shell surface is delaminating, from the rigid FiberGlass that was sprayed onto the acrylic or fiberglass shell to ridgidize it. What usually happens is "Air" is not completely removed during that spray process and over time, the acrylic will bubble due to the heat in the spa as the air expands. That Acrylic is barely paper thin when stretched out into the mold you sit in. An 8x8 sheet of acrylic is only 1/4" thick, then it is heated and placed over a tub "Mold" and then Vacuumed into what is your tubs shape that you enter into. You can imagine how thin it gets. When it goes through the ridgidizing process, All of the Air needs to be removed, sometimes it is not, and over the years it becomes evident that it wasn't.
What can you do? Well, besides that it is not very pleasing to look at, there is no problem or danger of any leaks, not yet anyway? You can break the bubbles out and find a supplier that sells acrylic repair kits in the color of your spa. You can google with the proper search terms & eventually find a kit. Maybe something like the link below shows...
Large Granite Spa Hot Tub Acrylic Repair Kit

If the latter, Sorry I don't know....

Good Luck

Apr 14, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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Cast Acrylic


Acrylic is a crystal clear thermoplastic material possessing excellent mechanical and chemical properties. Outstanding optical qualities and resistance to both sunlight and outdoor weathering make acrylic an ideal glazing material. Acrylic can be easily cemented, making it an extremely versatile material. Cast transparent acrylic sheet has many advantages, such as excellent transparency, light weight and good flexibility, superior weather resistance, good chemical resistance ,good impact strength as well as easy to drill, cut and polish.

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How to replace bulbs in tanning bed


Without the specifics of your bed, I can give you some general info.

  • The first thing you need to do is remove the acrylic. Depending what type of bed you have, this may require a screw driver to remove the metal retaining strip on the outside edge of the acrylic.
  • Set the acrylic aside, & remove the burnt out bulb(s).
  • Depending on the type of bulbs you are using, you may need to place adapters on each end (these can be removed & reused from your old burnt out bulbs).
  • Regardless of bed type, most have one thing in common when it comes to bulb terminals. One end of the bed will have a stationary terminal, & one end will have a springy one.
  • Place one bulb end in the spring side first, press in, & guide the other end into the stationary side.
  • Turn bed on for a test to make sure everything is working properly.
  • Replace acrylic (and retaining strip if necessary), and you're ready to tan :)

Jan 06, 2015 | Health & Beauty

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How do i get the shower handle off


I need more information. Is it an acrylic handle, or is it a lever handle. If it is a clear acrylic handle, take a knife, pry off the, and use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw. If it is a lever handle, it takes a 7/64 Allen key to remove the set screw. The set screw is located underneath the lever handle on the round hub. Good luck

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Putting on acrylic Nails


OPI Crystal Nail File & Block Nail Buffer - Grab 2 or three different grits. Get a 4 sided buffer block as well.
  • 2Nail Prep & IBD Natural Nail Primer - This draws all the oils/moisture off your natural nail so the acrylic adheres.
  • 3Acrylic Nail Brush Set - Small ones are a little easier to control. Grab what you feel most comfortable with.
  • 4Monomer Acrylic Liquid - There is actually a primerless acrylic, I haven't tried it yet.
  • 5Acrylic Tips - There is a huge selection here, pick the ones that you like. I go for the semi opaque nude ones.
  • 6Acrylic Nail Powder - This matters. The cheaper powders turn yellow with age and with UV light exposure. This means tanning beds or natural sunlight. There is more 'lifting' when a cheaper powder is used.
  • 7Nail Lacquer - A base coat, a color, and a top coat.
  • To make life easier, you can pick up a pre-made kit like ASP Acrylic Nail Sculpture Kit that includes all of these supplies or save some money and just purchase a few things at a time. These tend to be a bit on the cheaper side (quality wise) but are great for quick acrylic nails. Or you can buy the professional kit like, IBD Professional Gel Kit

    Professional supplies can be bought online easily or at a store with a cosmetologists' license.
    • 1OPI Crystal Nail File & Block Nail Buffer - Grab 2 or three different grits. Get a 4 sided buffer block as well.
    • 2Nail Prep & IBD Natural Nail Primer - This draws all the oils/moisture off your natural nail so the acrylic adheres.
    • 3Acrylic Nail Brush Set - Small ones are a little easier to control. Grab what you feel most comfortable with.
    • 4Monomer Acrylic Liquid - There is actually a primerless acrylic, I haven't tried it yet.
    • 5Acrylic Tips - There is a huge selection here, pick the ones that you like. I go for the semi opaque nude ones.
    • 6Acrylic Nail Powder - This matters. The cheaper powders turn yellow with age and with UV light exposure. This means tanning beds or natural sunlight. There is more 'lifting' when a cheaper powder is used.
    • 7Nail Lacquer - A base coat, a color, and a top coat.
    A tutorial on acrylic nail application
    With supplies in hand...lets begin
    • 1Wash your hands.
    • 2Trim and file your nails short.
    • 3Use a soft/fine nail file to remove the shine off your nails - don't go too hard - this is just to scuff up the surface so everything can adhere to the nail surface.
    • 4Gently push back your cuticles - you may want to soak your nails in soapy warm water to make them softer and easier to push back.
    • 5Apply nail prep also called nail primer - it is a brush on solution that removes the moisture and oil from your natural nail. Allowing the acrylic to better adhere to your nail bed and not peel off a few days later.
    • 6Apply nail tips that fit each nail with adhesive. Super glue is generally provided in kits with the acrylic tips.
    • 7Clip the acrylic tip to your desired length and file the edges smooth. There ARE special cutters to cut acrylic tips, its probably best for you to pick one up, they are very cheap on ebay and will prevent you from bending or creating dents in the acrylic tips.
    • 8Reapply another coat of nail prep - this will again dry out the nail to allow for better adhesion
    Dip your brush in monomer; drag along the side of the container to remove excess liquid. Now drag a line through the acrylic powder and a ball will form. Watch this ball as the liquid soaks up into the powder. Once a jelly like substance has formed, place that on the line where the acrylic tip and natural nail meet. This will deposit the thickest coat and now you can push the acrylic up to the cuticle and nail tip. Smooth it as best you can, use light delicate strokes. Multiple layers can be applied to achieve smoothness. Also note - this step doesn't have to be perfect as we will file the acrylic down to shape.
  • 10Acrylic dries fairly quickly. Once you have applied all the desired coats, file down the top of the nail smooth. Use a coarser grit to start and then work your way down to a very fine grit. This remove scratches in the acrylic and make the nail appear smooth once polish is applied.
  • sorry it was so long.hope that helps

    Jul 03, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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    What is an acrylic paint?


    Acrylic paint is fast drying paint containing pigment suspension in acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints can be diluted with water, and can become water-resistant when dry.

    Feb 03, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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    Got a stain in a thermocast sink...can not be removed


    These are beautiful sinks. The acrylic is extremely durable but unfortunately not indestructable. If the stain has gotten into the acrylic you will not be able to remove it. If it looks like it could be on the surface try a paste of baking soda and rub gently in a circular motion. Do not use an abrasive product as it will permanently damage the sink. Thermocast may be able to supply you with an acrylic repair kit for the color of your sink. I would suggest contacting the manufacturer at 1-678-445-2022 or emailing them at sales_support@thermocastsinks.com Good luck with the repair.

    Jul 29, 2010 | International Thermocast Corp Thermocast...

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    Small scratches and one burn spot


    I'm sorry to hear someone marred this beautiful sink on you. This is essentially an acrylic sink, the same material used to make acrylic soaker tubs. Using any type of abrasive cleaner on this sink is going to dull the finish. This includes baking soda. The liquid auto polish referred to is essentially car wax not an abrasive polish. The car wax contains carnuba wax that will return a lustre to the finish but unlikely to remove the damage you've described. The manufacturer recommends using only non abrasive cleansers. There won't be anything you can do about the burn mark, this is going to be permanent. It could be from heat or possibly something caustic. If the gray scratches in the other sink look like they are on the surface of the acrylic you may be able to get them off. If it looks like the gray is underneath the acrylic finish then you will need to contact Thermocast for an acrylic repair kit for the color of your sink. Hopefully they are able to provide such an accessory. Use a plastic pan scraper and see if you can scratch the gray off the surface. The plastic is softer than the acrylic and will not scratch it. Thermocasts customer service line is 678-445-2022 or email them at sales_support@thermocastsinks.com . Their website is http://www.thermocastsinks.com/index.html

    Jul 24, 2010 | International Thermocast Corp Thermocast...

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    Is an acrylic sink durable and stainproof?


    Acrylic sinks can stain too. I would go with a cast iron sink if you don't want to worry about stains. Acrylic sinks tend to scratch if your not careful.

    Mar 13, 2009 | International Thermocast Corp Thermocast...

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