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What is "Naphtha, VM&P (Varnish Makers & Painters)" - Definition & Explanation
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Naphtha, VM&P (Varnish Makers & Painters)
Petroleum solvent almost as strong as turpentine. Faster evaporating than Mineral Spirits, but with similar properties and uses. Faster-evaporaing thinner for most solvent based finishes. Fuel for pocket lighters, Coleman fuel, charcoal lighter. CAS 647492-89-8

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