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Klean-Strip

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Store SKU # 520113

1 gal. Odorless Green Mineral Spirits

$14.97 /each

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Model # GKGO75000

Internet # 100677231

Store SKU # 520113

The Klean Strip Green products are formulated for effective performance as well as having a reduced impact on the world in which we live. Klean-Strip 1 gal. Green Odorless Mineral Spirits is a unique, patent-pending formula that thins oil-based paint, stain and varnish. It will also clean brushes, paint splatters and equipment. The formula is milky-white formula but is safe for use in all colors of coatings.

  • Contains no hazardous air pollutants and no ozone-depleting chemicals
  • Cleans and preps surfaces for painting
  • Non-toxic formula contains no hazardous air pollutants
  • Non-flammable

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Size (oz.) 
128 
Details
Biodegradable 
No 
Concentrated 
No 
Flammable 
No 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Odorless 
Yes 
Paint Product Type 
Paint Thinners and Strippers 
Paint/stain stripper 
No 
Product Form 
Liquid 
Product dispenser type 
Plastic Bottle 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Solvent type 
White Spirit 
Thinner application 
Oil-based paint 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If you are not completely satisfied, return your sales receipt with a description of your complaint. Liability is limited to refund of the purchase price. 

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Would you consider this product mineral oil?

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Is this product mineral spirits considered to be mineral oil?
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July 23, 2014
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I would not consider it a mineral oil. By definition, mineral oils are petroleum distillates with mixtures of alkanes in the C15 to C40 range. In their MSDS, Klean Strip describes Green Odorless Mineral Spirits as a Stoddard solvent. Stoddard solvents are mixtures of aliphatic and alicyclic C7 to C12 hydrocarbons with small amounts of hexane, benzene and butanol.
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I would not consider it a mineral oil. By definition, mineral oils are petroleum distillates with mixtures of alkanes in the C15 to C40 range. In their MSDS, Klean Strip describes Green Odorless Mineral Spirits as a Stoddard solvent. Stoddard solvents are mixtures of aliphatic and alicyclic C7 to C12 hydrocarbons with small amounts of hexane, benzene and butanol.
I cannot imagine an application in which this odorless mineral spirits product could substitute for mineral oil. Read Less
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This is not the same as the mineral oil you would take for a minor physical "problem". In fact, the container is clearly marked "Danger! Harmful or fatal if swallowed" It is marked "65% lower fumes and "65% renewable content"
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April 19, 2014
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Absolutely NOT!! Mineral oil is a medicinal product used for a variety of human-animal related treatments. Mineral SPIRITS is a harsh, petroleum-derived product used for industrial applications to remove paints, thin petroleum-based products, clean surfaces, remove tar, etc. Think "Turpentine". Do NOT use one in place of the other. This particular product is advertised as form of mineral spirits, but I Read More
Absolutely NOT!! Mineral oil is a medicinal product used for a variety of human-animal related treatments. Mineral SPIRITS is a harsh, petroleum-derived product used for industrial applications to remove paints, thin petroleum-based products, clean surfaces, remove tar, etc. Think "Turpentine". Do NOT use one in place of the other. This particular product is advertised as form of mineral spirits, but I recommend against using it - see the various reviews on the product. Read Less
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April 15, 2014
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NO, mineral oil and mineral spirits are both petroleum distillates, but mineral oil is primarily used as a LAXATIVE and, of course, taken internally. Mineral spirits is a solvent and paint thinner. For more information, Google "mineral oil Vs mineral spirits".
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February 14, 2014
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No, mineral oil is a different chemical than mineral spirits.
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i had stain spayed on my truck how can i get it off

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i have tried gas an rubbing compound
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Try polishing compound, available from an auto parts store. If that doesn't work you can try the slightly more abrasive rubbing compound.
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June 3, 2014
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This product will remove stain, and will not harm painted surfaces.
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January 24, 2014
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Try cleaning it off with either Paint Thinner or Mineral Spirits. If this isn't strong enough to remove it the stain will have to be buffed off. Any solvent stronger than Thinner or Spirits will damage the vehicle's finish.
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December 9, 2013
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Try Klean Strip Odorless Mineral Spirits, a small amount on a soft cloth and rub a small spot gently as a test. Don't scrub for this may damage your finish. If the stain doesn't come off, you may have to locate the manufacturer of the stain for recommendations.
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December 9, 2013
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I'd give Mineral Spirits or Paint Thinner a try, but this may not be enough. It might need to go to an automotive detailer to see if they can buff it off.
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Can I use Klean Strip Mineral Spirits to strip stain off of furniture?

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Very unlikely. It depends on the type of stain, but once the color is set in the wood it can only be removed with wood bleach. Mineral spirits is useful BEFORE the stain or finish dries or to clean up the liquid and wet brushes - but not after. If you want to strip the finish from furniture, whether it's paint or stain/varnish, start with a special purpose stripper (available at any hardware or big-box Read More
Very unlikely. It depends on the type of stain, but once the color is set in the wood it can only be removed with wood bleach. Mineral spirits is useful BEFORE the stain or finish dries or to clean up the liquid and wet brushes - but not after. If you want to strip the finish from furniture, whether it's paint or stain/varnish, start with a special purpose stripper (available at any hardware or big-box store) to remove the hard finish/top coat (varnish, polyurethane, shellac, etc.). After that you can bleach the wood to remove ALL the color, then re-stain it to the desired color with any number of wood stains or dyes. Wood bleach is a little harder to find, but many hardware stores or woodcraft stores carry it. Laundry bleach sometimes works but not as well. Read Less
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NO, I think you will first need to use a paint remover such as CitrisStrip, then clean that off with mineral spirits; the mineral spirits is not going to do the whole job by itself. For more information, Google "removing stain from furniture".
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May 13, 2013
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No, mineral spirits won't remove stain from furniture. To remove stain you'll need to use the Klean Strip Strip-X.
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I have used this only for cleaning brushes or drips when applying urethane to new hardwood flooring, but I have worked with wood for many years. Finishes that are applied to the wood's surface (such as paint, varnish, or "antiquing") can often be removed using a product that will dissolve what's been applied. A stain is designed to be absorbed by the porous wood. Stain that is absorbed into the wood is Read More
I have used this only for cleaning brushes or drips when applying urethane to new hardwood flooring, but I have worked with wood for many years. Finishes that are applied to the wood's surface (such as paint, varnish, or "antiquing") can often be removed using a product that will dissolve what's been applied. A stain is designed to be absorbed by the porous wood. Stain that is absorbed into the wood is usually difficult or impossible to remove. Read Less
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Will this remove texture wall from my shower plastic wall without damaging

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Yes, this will work in that manner.
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No this will not remove your textured wall.
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Rated 2.1 out of 5 by 60 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy Upon considering the two mineral spirits in stock at HD I chose to opt for this product. Upon opening the container and seeing this thicker white fluid I was confused as other mineral spirits I used were clear. This is thick, doesn't wet out well and is overall a terrible solvent. The oil I mixed with this product readily separates. So I checked out the msds on this compard to the "regular" klean strip mineral spirits. "15-40% petroleum distilates" vs "100%". Also said 60% water soluble vs 0% water soluble. So I paid for a jug of watered down mineral spirits that isn't good for anything. Terrible. April 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Why the white color? The odorless characteristic was nice, however, I like the clear color of mineral spirits better as it is easier to tell how clean your brushes are after using the mineral spirits. March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Oderless Works well without the smell, I will continue to use this product over regular paint thinners. September 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk...just junk! I accidentally picked up this product, the label is misleading. This is a milky white liquid of some sort probably bonded with water, that is supposed to be used in lieu of the solvent based mineral spirits. I've finished furniture for over 30 years, If you try to use to thin polyurethane for application it turns the whole mixture white, it is difficult to mix in and doesn't let the poly set and cure up like you are used to if you are used to solvent based. It did dry cleat but the rag I used to wipe on was still damp and flexible 24 hours later. so , I didn't want to do the usual sand and recoat. I suspect the poly will take an extra few days to "harden up" The poly I thinned after 24 hours was separated into layers with this milky stuff on the bottom, if this is what it does on your furniture, there could be all kinds of problems from re-dampening the wood under the poly. February 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Low shelf life This does not last long in storage. It never got too hot or cold in my basement on a shelf. I went to use it after about a year and it turned into a milky white gel. Nothing like the old mineral spirits that never went bad. February 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not good for visibility. It's opaque white!! I can't see if the brush is clean.. February 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Paint wise Doesn't work on oil base paints. All others it works. January 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job effectively The last gallon I bought had lasted me 12 years. I must admit I was skeptical of how effective the new "environmentally friendly" version would be. It does seem to do the job just as well, but I really don't care for the milky color. I prefer the colorless version I had previously. My application is to clean out brushes from non latex paints and stains. December 8, 2015
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