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White-Out


#1

Hi! I didn’t see any reponses to my question asking what can be used
to thin white-out—could I have missed them?. Obviously the
water-based kind can be thinned with water ( :o) ), but I’ve got
lots of the non-water-based kind which I would be happy to be able
to use. I don’t live in US, so the water-based kind is not readily
available.

Thanks,
Janet


#2

Janet, ---- Liquid Paper makes a “thinner” [same size bottle, clear
liquid] This gives the best results. The next best I have found is
nail polish thinner [not remover] this works quite well and smells
strongly of bananas – so maybe somekind of lacquer
tninner might also work. HTH, Adrienne


#3

My favorite thinner is ethyl acetate. Which may not be all that easy
for you to get hold of. Actually, they usually sell thinner in
bottles a the same place where they sell the white-out. Margaret
@Margaret_Malm2, in Utah’s colorful Dixie


#4

Janet, ---- Liquid Paper makes a “thinner” [same size bottle, clear
liquid] This gives the best results. The next best I have found is
nail polish thinner [not remover] this works quite well and smells
strongly of bananas – so maybe somekind of lacquer
tninner might also work. HTH, Adrienne