I picked up a tin of Weber Odorless Turpenoid turpentine substitute on my recent shopping trip to Michaels.
Turpenoid is a paint thinner especially for oils. It also cleans oil paint brushes and other assorted accessories that get dirty in the painting process.
The product even claims that it is useful in removing wet oil paint from your clothes! That could prove to be very helpful.
It makes me wonder: once the wet oil paint is removed, how easy would it be to remove the turpenoid from your clothes?
I like that the product is odorless. It is a mixture of highly refined, clear petroleum distillates.
Here some turpenoid warnings: aspiration hazard, combustible, harmful or fatal if swallowed; harmful by breathing in vapors (Exposure may result in nausea, headache, confusion, instability; irritation of the eyes or chest).
A precaution to avoid the nastiness above is to use an exhaust fan to remove vapors and make sure there is enough cross ventilation. Also, never use near heat or flame. Definitely keep out of the reach of children. Finally, avoid extended contact with skin.
The tin I bought is 473 mL / 16 fl oz. / 1 pint
I have worked with the product, and I like it so far. I will see how it is further and post an update.