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Oil paints

October 11 2003 at 8:15 PM
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What type of thinner is recommended for oil paints? I've heard that turpentine melts the plastic or ruins the paint? Is this true?

thanks!

 
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  1. turpentine is OK - tim whistler on Oct 11, 11:17 PM
    1. Turpentine..... - Ken Neil on Oct 12, 9:58 PM
     
  2. Turpenoid Blues - Chris Johnson on Oct 13, 9:04 AM
    1. Did you use a coat of Future before the wash?? - Alan Bessler on Oct 13, 2:55 PM
      1. Clear Coats Are What I'm Trying To Avoid - Chris Johnson on Oct 14, 8:15 PM
        1. Turpenoid problems... - Mike Land on Oct 14, 9:40 PM
          1. That Must Be The Problem - Chris Johnson on Oct 15, 7:40 PM
          2. A tale of two turpenoids - Chris Salak on Oct 17, 10:50 AM
     
  3. Oil Paint Thinner - Ross Ferro on Oct 14, 10:13 PM
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  5. Floquil Air Brush Thinner with oils - Dusty Burman on Oct 15, 1:44 PM
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