Hello all! Recently I was thinking back to my experience with this product being a very strong cleaner when used 1oz/gal. and with all the threads of how much IPA to use when wiping the polishing oils from paint. With all the different ratios of IPA being tossed around, it appeared that a 25% solution was better to avoid issues with paint. I wanted to kick up the cleaning power safely and easily without adding more IPA. My solution? In a 32oz bottle of a 25% IPA/distilled water solution, I simply added 1/2oz of D114. This gave me more working time, cuts through polishing oils, leaves no residue, is not grabby so it cuts down the risk of marring, and is a very cheap alternative to expensive paint cleaners.
I'm open to suggestions and feedback, especially if you have an idea for tweaking this little home brew!