This question is related to my earlier question.
I was reading elsewhere in this forum and found a question asking how to determine what finish had been applied to an old furniture item. @LeeG answered, suggesting the application of different solvents to a non-visible part of the furniture, to see which one strips off the old finish. That answer listed the solvents which remove shellac and lacquer.
I have plenty of non-visible spots on my current repair project, so this technique would work for me. It might even allow me to heal a major scratch without having to add more paint. I would just lightly dissolve the paint around the scratch and then blend the liquefied pigment to fill the scratch.
Question What solvents dissolve each of the common furniture paint types (latex, oil, etc.) which have been popular in the last few decades?