The odorless mineral spirits were w bit stronger I would say.If the data sheets are to be believed , the Mona Lisa appears to be more refined which is what I'd expect for the price .
They don't list a % for the other aromatics ( Naphtha is composed of a bunch of the lighter aromatic hydrocarbons so they're using it as a catch-all I'm thinking ) -- so maybe they are just being more honest with their data than Klean Strip is .
For all practical purposes they are the same .
The Mona Lisa probably gives more open time with oil paints due to it's higher density and higher boiling point , but that would have to come down to " brush feel " and be dependent on the application .
Which one seems to have more of an odor ? Or are they the same ?
I see some people saying it is completely odorless and others saying it stinks like gasoline .
Gonna depend on the temperature and exposure ( sniffing the open bottle or pouring it into an open container etc ) so I don't know how to interpret that .