I keep a little turpentine around for aromatherapy. I pop the top and take a hit, er I mean whiff. I don’t do that with everyday hardware store turp though. The smell is just awful. Art supply turpentine can be hit or miss too but Utrecht and W&N are the ones I’d usually get and they’re good.
Diamond G Forest Products makes excellent turpentine from pine sap, the way it should be. Klean-Strip makes a Green Turpentine they claim is made from sap but the smell is horrible. Diamond G turpentine smells wonderful! It may cost more than the common hardware store variety but it’s worth it. The customer service was excellent as well.
By the way, I do use turpentine when I’m toning a canvas, but that’s usually all. I use linseed soap for cleaning brushes, so no solvents there.