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Weber Odorless Turpenoid – A Review

Well, not a review exactly since this product does exactly what it’s supposed to do and isn’t all that complex!

Anyways, it does what it’s supposed to do and that’s act as a thinner and cleaner.

And the odorless claim is spot on. There is no odor, no detectable fumes.

Simply be careful to not add too much or go splashing chemicals around, but that should be a rule of thumb for you already.

So turpenoid is like turpentine, but not. Turpentine is made from the resin of pine trees generally and smells quite strong. The smell of turpentine is somewhat reminiscent of pine tar to me (if you’ve ever smelled that). There are a massive amount of different turpenoids used for all kinds of things that I’m not going to go into so google it if you’re still interested.

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