Correct. Excellent to use for parts washer to remove grease and oil.
The refining process is different and more expensive.
Yes similar to charcoal starter 104 cent.
I would say no because it would effect the adhesive quailities.
You should never use Paint Thinner or Mineral spirits in any lighting appliance. Torch, Lantern or Lamp due to it's low flash point and may cause a run away condition or an explosion.
No. Once it is cured, i.e. dried, polyurethane becomes like car paint. It can be sanded off. To refinish furniture, staining may also be needed. Once stained, a thin layer of polyurethane can be applied. Light sanding should follow, with all the dust removed using a cloth moistened with this paint thinner. A second and third coat may also be needed. Urethane is also available with water base rather than organic solvent. The above still applies, except after sanding the cleaning cloth can be moistened with water.
I doubt it.
That is why i bought mine
no, it's milk colored
No this product is not meant for that. You would probally need to use good off or a paint scraper depending on where you have to remove it from.