Living in Central America has its challenges. One being the lack of availability on many restoration supplies I use. I order lots from the US but much can't be shipped with prime or at all. Things I took for granted in the US are hard to get here. Isopropyl alcohol is only bought at one place, with ID and you must be a legal resident. Most paint only comes in gloss or flat. Here you make your own satin.
First world problems in a Third world country.
I cant find naptha here either. I'm in the middle of a playfield restore and it's really good for checking color matches to get that "after clear coat look". Will mineral spirits work instead?
What's the best Naptha substitute?