You did a good job explaining the evaporation process, treidm... can you explain why my plastic bottle didn't melt away yet?
You want me to explain it?
I personally would have never thought that the plastic would melt, holding 301 with solvent.
Many very strong acids and solvents are often stored in various types of plastics or glass. because they react so violently or corrosively with metal containers
I'll give my opinion....
By what I read & posted from their site, I never read it as it would melt away or anything like that, maybe you did?
I read it as, it is not "recommended" for plastics, but that doesn't mean to melt them, to me. It could be as simple as discoloring them or whatever...
You could contact them and find out what type of damage, if any, it could cause
I wouldn't worry about it melting your container, but that's just my opinion.