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Old 04-13-2019, 10:53 PM
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Default Thinning Silicone - Acetone?

I know you can thin silicone with mineral spirits or toluene, what about acetone? Or is acetone too strong and will just eat it away? I'm trying to find a quicker way to apply silicone and coco mix to my background because I have a lot of branches to work around and I'm worried I'd have to do silicone in a BUNCH of sessions because I have a lot of hard to reach areas and it'll tack up too fast before I can get a large area done. I'd like to be able to more easily spread it and I have some acetone on hand - just curious if it work to use half a tube of silicone and throw a tablespoon or two of acetone in there to thin it so I can work with it a little easier.
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