Solvents And Thinners

Solvents And Thinners

Whether you’re working with paint, varnish, stain, epoxy — or a broad range of other finishes — Klean-Strip® has a complete line of solvents and thinners to help them flow on evenly, smoothly and dry to a beautiful finish. And when the project is over, Klean-Strip® solvents and thinners are great for project clean-up, and can help you restore your brushes, rollers and equipment.

Acetone has a fast drying time and is an effective heavy duty cleanup solvent.

Boiled Linseed Oil is used for protecting and sealing wood and improving application flow of finishes.

Japan Drier helps speed up drying time between coats.

Lacquer Thinner is used for cleaning sprayers and equipment, and improves flow of lacquer.

Less Flammable* Paint Thinner for SCAQMD is a premium, highly refined formula that dries with minimal residue, and is an excellent cleaner for paint brushes, tools and equipment immediately after use.

M.E.K. (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) is used for thinning polyester, epoxies, vinyls, and adhesives.

Odorless Mineral Spirits is used indoors for cleaning up paint and thinning oil-based coatings.

Paint Thinner is used for thinning oil-based paint, stain, and varnishes.

Paint Thinner Aerosol is made with mineral spirits and is a convenient way to clean paint brushes, tools, and equipment immediately after an oil-based painting project. 

Painter’s Solvent for SCAQMD is a premium, highly refined solvent formula that is excellent for cleaning tools and equipment after a painting project

Pure Gum Spirits Turpentine is an artist favorite for cleaning up brushes and thin art paints.

Toluene dries faster than Xylene and is also an excellent cleaning solvent for tools and equipment immediately after use.

Turpatine for California is made from 100% Pure Gum Spirits Turpentine and has become the artist’s traditional choice for thinning oils and art-grade paints.

VM&P Naphtha is used when fast drying time is needed for thinning varnishes, enamels, and oil-based paints and cleaning machine parts.

Xylene is used for thinning epoxies and enamels.