mineral seal oil

mineral seal oil

[′min·rəl ′sēl ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A petroleum distillate with a boiling point higher than that of kerosine; used as a solvent oil and illuminant.
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The formation of beads of water on a car surface is generally accomplished by a microemulsion of mineral seal oil in water formed with the help of a quat.
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Drying aids form a thin, nearly invisible layer of quat and mineral seal oil on the car's surface.
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