While at the paint store the other day, I looked at "Xylol" as a possible thinner for airbrushing/thinning applications. The employees did not know how it might work with "hobby" enamels, but here is what it said on the can:
"Xylol (Xylene) is a 100% aromatic hydrocarbon with excellent solvency characteristics and a medium-fast evaporation rate. It is the recommended thinner and reducer for hard-to-thin oil base paints, porch and deck enamels, and most other synthetic enamels."
I have had some paint compatibility problems with various store-bought "thinners" and mineral spirits, and I wondered if anyone had some experience with Xylol/Xylene that could save me some tedious trial-and-error. (I may be the "guinea-pig" and try some experiments and report back, myself)