The factory rep recommended naphtha 150 for better flowout in our 100 - 110 degree temps. I find naphtha easy enough, but the can does not have anything about "150" on it. What does 150 mean? And how do I tell if I have it? I think the naphtha on the shelf will work - I would just rather be sure!
From contributor B:
Naphtha 150, or as it should be called SC150, is not an off-the-shelf solvent, but I am sure there are a few distributors that have a little on hand. Don't use plain old naphtha, not the same stuff, and it will ruin your CV. Have you tried MAK or N-Butyl Acetate? Whose CV are you using?