I use the Liquid Paper brand of white-out and make sure that it is
NONFLAMMABLE and contains no solvents. It can be thinned a bit with
Rather like latex paint. As time goes on, the white-out gets thick
in the bottom of the bottle and you’ll notice the brush is no longer
That’s the time to add a few drops of water and stir vigorously.
Eventually, you just replace it with a new bottle.
Turpentine being a solvent, would not be the proper thinner for this
variety of white-out. You will need to check the label of your
bottle, but I suspect you now need to buy a new bottle of white-out.
and be sure that you buy the nonflammable type.
Judy in Kansas, where temps are plunging after a day in the 70s.