Is glass glue poisonous

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Acid glass glue will release irritant gas during curing, which has irritating effect on human eyes and respiratory tract. Methanol is released during the curing process. Methanol has potential carcinogenic risk and is known to be allergic to skin and respiratory tract. Volatile gas can cause inflammation of eyes, nose and throat.

Therefore, the product should be used in a well ventilated environment, avoid entering eyes or contacting skin for a long time (wash hands before eating and smoking after use), and do not swallow it. Keep away from children; the construction site should be well ventilated; if it is accidentally splashed into the eyes, rinse with water and seek medical advice immediately. There is no danger for glass glue after complete curing.