So, i have a set of glassware that i use for random acid base titration acid-dissolution stuff. Electroless nickel, phosphating, organic chem stuff. I clean this set with Pirana solution once in a while but usually water does it; because most chemicals are water +soap soluble.
Recently I needed to measure out and mix up some nicotine eliquid (for vaping; trying to get my friend to quit smoking). I used fresh glassware for that; but the act got me thinking about "sets of glassware" and how many i should have. Naturally i would not use glassware from EN bath mixing to create food related stuff but then can glass ware used to mix up vape juice be used for things in the kitchen? Can glassware from EN bath and other chem stuff be used for mixing vape juice? So, it seems like i've gone from 2 categories of glass ware (chemistry and edibles) to 3 groups (chemistry; edibles and vaping). What are other "big categories" to consider? Just trying to set up "groups of tools" (funnels, beurettes etc) to avoid problems. For example i was tempted to mix up the eliquid for vaping using my 50ml beurette, but i ended up using fresh 5ml pipet 20 times over, because i've used the beurette for KMnO4 titrations and am trying to keep "chemicals" properly separated from "consumables". I'd like to be able to use "cleaning method" for each category and then have zero worries about issues. Naturally, soap wand water, are cleaning solutions for food stuff, Pirahna solution for organic stuff, but it gets me wondering about "cleaning solutions" for misc categories. For example can i use pirana solution for glassware i use for vape eliquid glassware? Oxalic acid? Phosphoric acid? If i can use such acids to clean nicotine/vape related glassware, can i use the same set of glaaware for other acid/base reactions? What about acid base reactions involving metallic salts... I mean if i use phosphoric acid to clean glassware, why not use it for iron phosphate titration? How do i break up the world of chemicals and cleaners into manageable sections?