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Does anybody know where can I get pure turpentine in Canada? All the shops I have found online are in the US and do not ship to Canada.
I have found that diamond forest in Georgia is the best Turpentine they ship to Canada but a little expensive for shipping.. So maybe grabbing the larger bottle or sshipping to wherehouse in the USA is the best option..
diamond g forest product.com
Hi Marcin…You can buy this brand of Pure Turpentine from any Home Depot store in Canada:
I’ve also just checked the store locator and there is a Home Depot near you in Brampton at 49 First Gulf Boulevard.
Home Depot – Pure Turpentine
You can also easily buy pure turpentine made from Canada Balsam or Balsam Fir sold from all Acklands Grainger hardware stores in Canada — including many AG stores in Brampton which you might know already:
Acklands Grainger – Pure Turpentine
In fact, Acklands Grainger’s Bio-Pure Pure Turpentine brand is what Tony Pantelleresco(a Canadian) uses to show people how to supplement turpentine in this Youtube video:
How to Heal with Turpentine
Hi —the Recochem product landed me in the hospital last year. I have now the Georgia product and it is good. There should be a warning about the Recochem product as it is not 100%.
Bill and Om, thanks. I have decided to order the Georgia product.
You can but pure gum spirits of Turpentine at http://www.mosaic-id.com They sell the Diamond G brand and delivery fast to Toronto, ON. I recieved my order in 2 business days.
I tried the link http://www.mosaic-id.com but its not working, is there a new link that may work?
Recently some violin makers were talking on a forum and said that the turpentine from the hardware stores in Canada is not good. It is from China, apparently. They said it cannot be used for varnish because it leaves such a powerful smell. So, what will it do to a human body?? I would not use turpentine from the hardware store. It may well be laced with petrochemicals. It is certainly tainted with chemicals in the processing.