Drying time: Slow
Kerosene, also known as paraffin, is a flammable hydrocarbon made from petroleum. Liquid kerosene is pale yellow in colour. However, depending on the presence or absence of other components or contaminants, it can appear as a colourless liquid. Kerosene liquid has a distinct, pungent odour. As a result, we can quickly detect the presence of kerosene based on its odour.
- Treated as solvent and used for thinning oil-based paints (single pack) and varnishes
- Clean paint brushes but it makes the bristles slimy to the touch.
- Used in the entertainment industry for fire performances
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