Frank Manconi (where?) asks:

>>I was wondering if there was anyone in the group that has used SLIDE BRITE, 
a xylene substitute, and what they thought of it.<<

Google had nothing at all. Who makes Slide Brite? What's in it?

There are two classes of xylene substitutes in common use, limonene and 
aliphatics. If it's fairly new, it's probably an aliphatic. These are 
synthetic hydrocarbons similar to the petroleum cut called naphtha. They have 
different flash points and different distillation characteristics, and are 
not interchangeable with each other in distillation routines, no matter what 
the MBA in the corner office says.

Bob Richmond

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