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Disposal of white spirit

rchan Avatar
6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
Just done some painting... cleaned the brush and paint tray.... now what do i do with the white spirit?!!?
rchan Avatar
6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
down the drain
#2
drink it, fun times
#3
wickedteen
down the drain


+1
#4
throw it over little children or put it on your flowerbeds
#5
White spirit is highly polluting, dont put it down the drain, take it to recycling centre witht the next load of junk.
#6
Burn it.
#7
oh.... mixed comments!

drinking it sounds tempting.
banned#8
micoo
drink it, fun times


+1 down the hatch! :thumbsup:
#9
Benson's Bargain
White spirit is highly polluting, dont put it down the drain, take it to recycling centre witht the next load of junk.


:thumbsup:

The enviroment agency take a dim view of pollutants being tipped down the drain.

I pour mine into a large jar with a lid, let the crud settle to the bottom, then decant the clean stuff into another jar.
#10
richp
:thumbsup:

The enviroment agency take a dim view of pollutants being tipped down the drain.

I pour mine into a large jar with a lid, let the crud settle to the bottom, then decant the clean stuff into another jar.


I do this, saves about 75% to reuse :w00t:
#11
#12
Otto.uk


thanks - but i'm trying to dispose of white spirit - not paint.

cheers anyway.
#13
rchan
thanks - but i'm trying to dispose of white spirit - not paint.

cheers anyway.


Exorcism :thumbsup:
#14
use it to light your next bonfire/bbq
#15
burn it...bonfire methinks, if not save it for another day
#16
richp
:thumbsup:

The enviroment agency take a dim view of pollutants being tipped down the drain.

I pour mine into a large jar with a lid, let the crud settle to the bottom, then decant the clean stuff into another jar.


All depends on the quantity really. If he's only disposing of a 100ml or so, there's no issue as it will be heavily diluted.

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