I use gasoline as a home goo-gone substitute for removing labels. Most often I do it outside, because of the stink, but I want to keep it inside in tiny amounts, diluted as much as possible.
I've already tried all the common home chemicals from alcohol to acetone to lemon juice to engine degreaser to dish detergent to brake cleaner to windex to automatic-transmission fluid and MAF cleaner, all of which work sometimes but all of which fail often (either because they melt the container or they don't dissolve the goo).
I've even tried common flavorings such as orange blossom extract, rose water, pure lemon extract, coconut oil and walnut oil, which, surprisingly, are totally useless (but they do smell the best!).
I've found, through decades of experience, that gasoline, which also fails sometimes, works more often than any other household common chemical.
But gasoline has all the problems that most of you will love to "teach" me, but that's not the question (so please don't try to teach me why gasoline vapors are flammable and why I should goo-be-gone outdoors because I know that).
Also please don't try to teach me that there are commercial lemon-oil solutions.
I just want to dilute the gasoline and I already know that even the diluted gasoline vapors will be flammable. We take risks sometimes when working around the house and not being a pussy about it all the time.
So I plan to keep a small jar of gasoline properly labeled under the kitchen sink (let's not go into the dangers of doing that, because properly diluting it won't solve that danger for the most part).
Without being a pussy about the question, do you have any suggestion that you think might work best to dilute the gasoline 10:1 (or even 100:1) so that I'm using the minimum effective amount of gasoline indoors?
What can I 'cut' the gasoline with that will mix with the gas and dilute it (maybe 10:1 or even maybe 100:1)?
Any suggestions of common household chemicals that can dilute gasoline?