I have been reading up on Cyanoacrylate, commonly sold in the US as "Krazy Glue or "Super Glue", because I want to to use to repair small plastic part on either toys or appliances due to it's strong hold and quick setting time.
However, I have heard that these types of glues will "melt" or otherwise dissolve certain types of plastics. My research has been inconclusive if this an actual chemical reaction between the compounds or not. I do not see anything listed under properties or uses on Wikipedia, nor do I see any specific mentions or warnings on the product page for Krazy Glue.
Though it works with most, Krazy Glue cannot bond all materials. For best results, please do not use on paper, foam, rear view mirrors, polyethylene, Teflon® or other fluorocarbons. Check out our different formulas to find the glue that is best for the materials you are bonding.
So plastic is no mentioned either way which leads me to the question...
Will CA glues damage plastic1?
1 - I understand there are probably many types of chemical compositions for plastic, however I do not have a specific one in mind when asking this question.