Acetone is a colorless, flammable liquid commonly used as solvents in many industries, as it is a credible solvent for synthetic fibers and plastics. Due to its properties of heavy deviating, it is utilized in the preparation of metal before placing a coat of paint.
It is also employed for watering polyester resin, dissolving, superglue, removing all nail varnishes, removing resin flux to counteract the rusty bolt effect and the pharmaceutical industries whereby it may be utilized as an excipient in some medicines. Paint thinner is a solvent used to clean up oil-based paints. They work by adjusting the thickness of paint depending on the paint utilized and the application method. They also manage and control the drying time, thus thwarting aesthetic and underlying difficulties such as damage to the shine. Different solvents may be applied in paint thinners such as turpentine, acetone, mineral spirits, toluene, butanol, and xylene. They may be hazardous when inhaled.