Ultra Low Odour Paint Thinner has the same basic properties as paint thinner. It is a petroleum distillate with an evaporation rate similar to turpentine (relatively slow), and is an excellent general purpose solvent.
It is used for thinning oil based paints, cleaning brushes and tools, and degreasing metal parts. It can be used to remove wax from floors (but not on rubber or asphalt tiles).
It is relatively inexpensive, and a little goes a long way. The flash point is higher than 40°C, which makes it one of the safer specialty solvents.
The difference between Recordsol Paint Thinner and Ultra Low Odour Paint Thinner is the content of aromatics. Recordsol contains approximately 19% aromatics while Ultra Low Odour Paint Thinner contains less than 6%. The absence of a pungent odour makes this product a pleasure to work with.