Is It Safe To Shoot Glue On Drinking Equipment?
Hello, doctor. My dispenser is leaking, there is a hole in the room that needs to be patched up so that it can run as before. Because I’m confused about what patch to use, I use glue gun. Is the water safe in the dispenser, want it warm or cold water, to drink? I worry that this glue will affect the quality of the water I drink. Thank you very much.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Gun glue is a type of carpentry tool that works by firing liquid glue from a tool that looks more or less like a gun. There are various kinds of glue content from various manufacturers available, which is why we cannot provide specific answers based on the content of the glue you have, but overall, the glue should not be exposed to food or drink.
This is because even just plastic, which incidentally we often see as a container, not all of them may be exposed to food and drinks, because there are some types that can dissolve and dissolve food or beverage sources even though it is invisible, let alone the glue from the beginning of its form is liquid, and so far no container is made of glue.
Therefore, if the area you patch using the glue is exposed to water, the water should not be drunk, let alone hot water. If possible, take your dispenser to a repairman, so that it can be repaired properly. Meanwhile, do not use a dispenser first and use alternatives such as pumps or tilt. So, hopefully answering your question.