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Acrylic is what we often call plexiglass, with crystal transparency. Acrylic light transmittance is above 92%, known as "plastic crystal". And it has high surface hardness and wear resistance, and is now often used as a raw material for some products with higher requirements on appearance.
The most frequent appearance of acrylic is in cosmetic counters, and most of the various cosmetic display stands are made of acrylic. The acrylic display stand looks high-grade and textured, and can make the lipstick, powder, nail polish, etc. placed on it more dazzling, but it will not take away the light that belongs to the product, and it will always be your best supporting role.
What is worthy of setting off with crystal beauty? That must be more beautiful than crystal. This is the idea that acrylic can convey to consumers.
Even the "one long-lasting" pure natural diamond needs to be diligent and dusty at all times. Acrylic as a product of industrial technology does not have to be said. Even if it is natural and beautiful, it is time to continue to cultivate and maintain itself in the bumps.
How to keep this beauty? How to do it specifically?
Acrylic care has similarities to the skin care steps of girls;
1.Daily basic care
（1）First clean and wash off any dirt on your face.
When cleaning acrylic sheets, just use 1% soapy water and wipe with a soft cotton cloth. The three meanings conveyed by this sentence:
A. Alcohol, gasoline and other organic solvents are not available.
B. Unusable hard or dry rub
C. Cannot use any cleaning agent containing granular objects
（2）The acrylic fabric with the pattern is dirty. It can be removed by rubbing it with a toothbrush with a cleaning agent.
2. Orientation problem solving
1 Oil stain: Water can be added with soft detergent. The glass cleaner currently sold on the market can be scrubbed with soft cloth. Or use a towel to sip beer or warm vinegar to erase.
2 handwriting: rub with rubber immersion, then wipe with a damp cloth;
3 Paint: It can be scrubbed with cotton and hot vinegar; wipe the acrylic products with a clean dry cloth and alcohol to make it bright and crystal.
4 Scratches: If it is a small scratch, you can use a toilet paper or a rag to wipe a little toothpaste. If it is a large area of scratches, it is not recommended to use sandpaper, sandpaper will scratch the entire surface.