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Well, you can't keep hydrofluoric acid in a glass bottle, because it dissolves glass. It's best to keep it in a plastic bottle.
Allegedly sodium hydroxide can dissolve glass ... ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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The Si-O bond that makes up quartz (often the principle material used in glass) is very strong and stable. It's difficult for other chemicals to react with it. That's why it can store a large variety of acids and bases. As pointed out earlier, there are chemicals that can react with it like hydrofluoric acid.
Sodium hydroxide definitely attacks glass.
Yup! You need to be careful not to put superfluid in your car's windscreen washer bottle.