Recordsol Paint Thinner

Recordsol Paint Thinner is an effective diluent for achieving the optimal varnish or paint consistency. A low odor petroleum distilled product, it is better to work with indoors and it is also a good, economical substitute for turpentine.

Its moderate evaporation rate is ideal for many of the new oil based coatings. An evaporation rate that is too rapid can cause wrinkles or a haze to form on the surface of the coating and it may be difficult to apply evenly. If a solvent evaporates too slowly on the other hand, the surface may cure and trap solvents underneath, causing bubbles and blisters. Recordsol Paint Thinner’s evaporation rate is similar to turpentine, so it avoids the risks of other rapid or slow evaporation solvents.

In the home, Recordsol Paint Thinner is an effective solvent that:

  • Removes grease, tar and wax from ceramic tile and linoleum
  • Gets rid of grease without leaving a film, so rinsing is not necessary
  • Eliminates excess wax from hardwood floors
  • Cleans grease from mechanic’s tools, hands, garage and basement floors

Product Packaging Specifications

Item#

Unit/Case Pack

UPC

SCC14

83-321

1 US QT / 6

056438833215

60056438833217

83-324

1 US Gal / 4

056438833246

40056438833244

83-326

2.5 US Gal / 2 056438833260 50056438833265

83-328

5 US Gal /Pail 056438833284 NA

Recordsol Typical Specifications

SPECIFICATION TYPICAL VALUE
Appearance Bright and Clear
Specific Gravity 0.787
Aromatic content, vol. % 18
Colour, Saybolt +30
Distillation, *C
IBP
50%
Dry Point

152 (minimum)
184 (maximum)
201 (maximum)
Flash Point, *C (Tag Closed Cup) 43
Sulphur, wppm 0.1
Kauri-Butanol Value 37

 

Notice: These are typical values only. Typical values are representative of production, may vary over time and may not match the date of publication. All information, to the best of our knowledge and belief, is accurate and reliable as of the date compiled. No warranty or guarantee is made to the accuracy, reliability or completeness. It is the user’s responsibility to satisfy them self as to the suitability and completeness of such information for their particular use.