Apply either raw or boiled linseed oil diluted with five parts of benzine or turpentine.
Try to mix oil and water, benzine and water, oil and benzine.
Take one pound of yellow paraffine wax and dissolve in one quart of benzine.
Sugar was employed to obtain the spirit which had to take the place of benzine.
For materials all they needed was a good supply of firewood, a gallon or two of benzine, and some fuses.
You are here in a busy place, and I see by the sign that benzine is about as plenty as water.
At the same time it is no pleasant sensation to carry such a large quantity of explosives and benzine.
Explain the proper procedure for removing a grease spot with benzine.
benzine is a powerful chemical preparation which may be used to remove colored inks when lye and turpentine fail.
Great care must be observed when ether and benzine are used.
benzine ben·zine (běn'zēn', běn-zēn') or ben·zin (běn'zĭn)
A colorless, flammable, liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained in distilling petroleum, used in cleaning and dyeing and as a motor fuel; naphtha. Also called petroleum benzin.