How to Separate Glycerin From Oil?

Answer Glycerin, an odorless, colorless liquid, is one of the byproducts of producing biodiesel from clean or waste oil. Separate glycerin from the oil using methanol, lye and a mixing process. The size o... Read More »

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How to Remove Glycerin From a Carpet?

Glycerin is a natural by-product of soap-making and candle-making industries. Glycerin is most commonly used as a moisturizing ingredient because it attracts water from the air. It also dissolves m... Read More »

Where is glycerin derived from?

Glycerin is derived either from natural fats and oils--such as those in coconuts--or from petroleum. It is widely used as an ingredient in personal items, such as food products, cosmetics, pharmace... Read More »

How to Make Soap From Goat's Milk & Glycerin?

Gentle, natural goat's milk soap is an inexpensive alternative to often chemical-laden, mass-produced commercial soaps. Finished goat's milk soap is usually a light tan color. In home-based milk so... Read More »

How to Make Face Tonic From Rose Water & Glycerin?

Commercial skincare products often contain a bewildering list of unpronounceable ingredients, which may or may not be good for your skin or the environment. Traditional herbalists use a variety of ... Read More »