What does the 65% refer to? What is "TEC"?
Can I just jump onto this with a further question (that I think I know the answer to already)? So if I have a material that's 50% TEC (oakwood, in this case), should that be consideration for further dilution in blending, or should I simply treat the material like I would any other and dilute as my nose sees fit? Even at 50% it's quite goopy).
Various solvents are added to those substances which are very hard, or very viscous to help in compounding. Oakmoss, Treemoss and Benzoin are all let down with various solvents. The most common are Benzyl Benzoate, Iso Propyl Myristate and Triethyl Citrate. If you think your Oakwood 50.0% is still too viscous, or too strong then dilute away. As you are keeping notes, you know what you have done, and you know what the final concentration of your diluted solution is; don't you?
In theory, yes. I actually haven't tried working with this one yet (I'm not sure what I'd do with it yet). I'll play around and see what happens.