MPH used Selley's All Clear to water proof his Pixel with measure success. read it here http://forums.auschristmaslighting.com/index.php/topic,267.msg1763.html#msg1763 So I am wondering if the stuff can also be used to waterproof Plain Old LED Light Strings. The MSDS sheet for All Clear indicates it to up to 20% hydrocarbons (Heptane & Naphtha) and upto 30% Tolulene. I would like to thin the stuff, dunk the whole light string in the bucket full and hang them out to dry. Any ideas on what would be the best solvent to thin this product?