Mek Substitute? - the MRH Forum
13/2/2012· If you use MEK (Methyl ethyl ketone), you should use it in small quantities, such as the amount used for gluing structures, and in a well ventilated area. MEK is flammable and toxic. It can cause skin, eye and respiratory irritation at high concentrations. For more information on MEK, do a Google search under MEK Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).