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Thinners, also known as solvents, are liquids that are used to dilute or dissolve other substances. They are commonly used in painting and coating applications to thin down the viscosity of paint or varnish, making it easier to apply and achieve a smooth, even finish.
There are different types of thinners available, each with specific properties and applications. For example, mineral spirits or paint thinner is a common solvent used for oil-based paints and stains, while acetone is often used as a thinner for some types of lacquer.
Thinners can also be used to clean and degrease surfaces, as well as to remove old paint or coatings. However, it's important to use the right type of thinner for the specific job and to follow all safety precautions, as some thinners can be flammable or toxic if not handled properly.