Today the last bottle of white-out correction fluid was too gummy to
be any of use as a solder anti-flux (or whatever you want to call
it). So I thinned it down with some turpentine. But the problem then
was that it didn’t want to dry very quickly.
When it was thinned down it occurred to me that a much thinner
concentration than how this stuff usually comes mixed would probably
work just fine to keep solder from sticking. It also occurred to me
that somebody else has probably already solved this problem. What is
a good thinner?