Does anyone know if PVC cement in the can will freeze in freezing temps and if so does it ruin the cement or will warming it up make it work good as new?
Also, when working outside in very cold temps, does this affect the ability of PVC cement to make the same good strong joints it otherwise makes?
Also, sometimes if I open a can of semi-aged PVC cement it's sorts jelly-like, where the dauber webs the cement as you pull it out of the can. Is jelly-like PVC cement useless or still usable? I've also had well aged PVC cement be nothing but a blob of heavy jelly in the can, my natural inclinations were that it's totally bad then, no way of salvaging it, so I toss it. So I'm more concerned about the semi-prejellying I've seen in asking this question.
Lastly, in a pinch, can the gray conduit PVC cement be used to glue PVC drain fittings, in other words, is it really the same stuff, different color? I been in a bind before where ran out of PVC cement but had some gray conduit cement, but didn't use it due to not being sure it'd work as well or not.