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    How about odorless mineral spirits?
    Or maybe WD40. Smells nicer but twice the price.

    -Doozer

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    Fire hazard.....

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    DoAll used to recommend kerosene for use as coolant
    in their surface grinders. As you know, they shoot
    sparks all day long. It seemed to work, or you would
    have heard about it in a big way. Fire hazard is minimal.

    -Doozer

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