The first acrylic acid was created in 1843, by a french chemistCharles Moureau
Uses of Acrylic
Acrylic in it’s uncured form can be used in instances such as in inks, coatings and as a casting resin, and once cured, it can be shaped and manipulated to make multiple structures such as signs, shelving, transparent screens, personal and commercial aquariums, showcases, gates, guards, modern furnishing and decor and much more. Forms of Acrylic are also present in submarines, police riot control vehicles as well as previous models of aircraft. The material has also been utilised in many everyday objects such as pens, plastic drawers, paint, nails, many toys and even wool..