- mineral spirits
- A medium petroleum distillate ranging from C8 to C12. The flash point of mineral spirits is generally around 100°F. Mineral spirits, sometimes known as mineral turps, is commonly used as a solvent in insecticides and certain other household products. Many charcoal lighter fluids are composed almost entirely of mineral spirits.
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Mineral spirits — Mineral Spirits, also called Stoddard solvent [CAS 8052 41 3] [ [http://www.jtbaker.com/msds/englishhtml/s6588.htm Stoddard Solvent ] ] , is a petroleum distilate commonly used as a paint thinner and mild solvent. In Europe, it is referred to as… … Wikipedia
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mineral spirits — a volatile distillation product of petroleum, used as a thinner for paints and varnishes. Cf. naphtha (def. 1). [1885 90] … Useful english dictionary
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