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Discussion Forum : Building Materials - Section 8 (Q.No. 2)
2.
Most commonly used solvent in oil paints, is
petroleum
spirit
coaltar
turpentine.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Alpesh mali said:   10 months ago
Turpentine is the right answer.

Nagendra sah said:   1 year ago
The most commonly used solvent in oil paints is.

Linseed oil is a common solvent used in oil paints. It is derived from flax seeds and is known for its slow drying time, which can be beneficial for artists who want to have more time to work with their paint. Other solvents that are commonly used in oil paints include turpentine, mineral spirits, and white spirit. The choice of solvent can depend on the desired drying time, the type of paint being used, and the preferences of the artist.
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Raj said:   2 years ago
Which thinner is used in which paint? please explain about it.

Himanshu Dhar said:   3 years ago
Of course, turpentine! Because of its high solving power, excellent flattening properties & the ideal rate of evaporation.
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Golu lodha said:   4 years ago
Yes, D is correct. I too agree.

Bangash said:   4 years ago
Turpentine is thinner.
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Hzisis said:   4 years ago
Turpentine is thinner not solvent.
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Priya said:   4 years ago
Naphtha is a petroleum solvent.
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Shahswat singh said:   4 years ago
The most commonly used solvent is the spirit of turpentine.
Ref - Rangwala.

Pandu said:   5 years ago
Most commonly used solvent in oil paints, is turpentine.

But, Most commonly used solvent in oil paints, is petroleum.
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