Published: Jan 1935
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Unlike the liquid vehicle of ordinary paints, the solvents and thinners of lacquers do not, with the exception of the plasticizer, form a constituent part of the final film. They serve merely as a means to an end.
Research Chemist, U. S. Industrial Alcohol Co., Stamford, Conn.