What is paint thinner made up of?

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There are several different substances that can be used as paint thinner. Typically, what is referred to as paint thinner is mineral spirits. Mineral spirits are also called white spirits and are made up of hydrocarbons that are leftover from petroleum distillation. Other substances that are used as paint thinners include turpentine, isopropyl alcohol, naptha, and acetone.
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