Xylol, or xylene, is similar to Toluol, but with a much slower evaporation rate.
It is stronger than turpentine or paint thinner, but weaker than lacquer thinner. It should only be used as a thinner when the coating manufacturer recommends Toluol or Toluene, since it is too strong for many conventional coatings. Its use as a thinner is usually limited to paints applied by spray gun.
It is a superior solvent for cleaning and degreasing metal tools and parts.
Many oil/alkyd resins are made with Xylol, and it is used to promote leafing in aluminum paints.
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