Well I guess I won't be trying it out
Thanks for the info you are fast.
Originally Posted by cackysanda
Heat Resistance - The maximum "continuous service temperature" of plexiglass acrylic is between 180 degrees F and 200 degrees F depending on the particular use
. This means that while the material can withstand higher temperatures for very short periods of time, it will soften and lose its form or shape if subjected to these higher temperatures for any period of time. While acrylics respond to heat, they are not affected by cold, and will not become cracked or brittle in
I guess u won't be exposing it to the wb heat for too long tho....Found this info here.