Dental cement is used as a waterproofing material on cars, trucks and other vehicles.
The product, manufactured by Japan’s Toyoda Chemical, was used in the United States in a joint study with the National Institutes of Health, according to a press release from the company.
The researchers used the cement to seal over the car’s hood to prevent it from getting hot.
In a statement, Toyoda said the cement “can be used in an extremely wide variety of applications, from sealant for roofs and walls to paint for buildings, windows, doors, and floors.”
It also said the product can be used to seal windows, door handles, vents, and other openings.
Toyoda Chemical has not released the results of the study, and a spokesperson for the agency that manages the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which regulates the cement industry, declined to comment.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not officially declared the cement safe for use, but its approval could mean that consumers can stop buying it.
A consumer advocacy group says the product is likely to remain on the market for decades, as the EPA waits for studies to be completed and testing protocols for its use to be established.
As with other car products, it’s unclear if consumers will be able to safely use the product on cars or trucks.
Some of the cement companies involved in the study said they are working to improve their processes.
Dental cement comes in two flavors: Clear and Yellow.
“We’ve tried to use a lot of different methods to improve the quality of the sealant,” said Kenji Iwasaki, vice president of product management at Toyoda.
Iwasaki said Toyoda decided to test its product in a car because the company wanted to be sure that it wouldn’t contain any harmful chemicals.
But Iwasakis said Toyota’s process was less rigorous than other cement companies’ because it relied on a process called acid-base chemistry, which requires that the cement be mixed with a solution of acid and a solution made of water.
Acid-base cement is a form of cement that’s produced by using acid to form a mixture of water and sulfuric acid, which then reacts with other materials to form the cement.
While the use of cement on vehicles is common in Japan, its use on vehicles has been limited.
After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011, Japanese authorities banned the production and use of all types of cement because it can contaminate the water supply.
However, the use has not been limited to cars.
Last month, the Japanese government approved the use by government agencies of a variety of cement products, including cement used for roofs, roofs and other construction materials.
On Wednesday, the government also approved the approval of the use and manufacture of cement for other applications.
Meanwhile, the American Association of State and Territorial Dentists has also been pressing the government to ease its restrictions on cement production.
According to a report by the association, the FDA has been slow to approve cement as a product for its approval, and some companies have been slow in complying with the rules.