It stains the PVC. I've been able to get most of it off with Goof-Off if I get it almost immediately. Otherwise, forget it. Some joints you don't necessarily care if the blue stuff shows (like the one below I am going to bury anyway) but others, I care a lot. It's one of the worst things about this product. I don't care if it's rated "#1 with contractors" - I'm going back to the competitor product that is clear.
No , the pipe cement will not repair cracked pipe. Better off replacing the section of pipe. And don’t forget the primer when putting it together.
Should state on the can/directions useable conditions and parameters are allowed/acceptable for the product, depending of course on pipe schedule, duration,pressure, temps, etc..
I waited 3 hrs.
The airlines are getting very particular about what you can and cannot take onboard nowadays. And different airlines have different rules. My guess is that an unopened can wold be OK in your checked bag. But your best bet is to contact your airline and make sure.
Yes you can
No, this is for PVC pipe only. For CPVC pipe and fittings, you need a CPVC cement.
Yes, but make sure of adequate ventilation