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If you are in a pinch use Fabuloso.

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Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa FL (813) 655-8777 wrote:

Here is some more info on dissolving essential oils into water!

What Helps Dissolve Fragrance Oil Into Water?

Fragrance oil needs another solvent to help it mix with water.
Fragrance oil needs another solvent to help it mix with water.
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Water is a natural solvent that dissolves many substances like salt into it. Unfortunately, not all substances dissolve in water, including oils. Fragrance oil is an oil found in many personal care products that contain water. Yet these products containing both ingredients have a uniform texture.

Definition

  1. Fragrance oil can be 100 percent synthetic or contain up to 80 percent essential oil mixed with a carrier oil (an oil that dilutes essential oils). According to Teach Soap, fragrance oils are predominantly artificial or synthetic.

Solvents

  1. Alcohol is a common solvent used to dissolve fragrane oil into water.
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    Alcohol is a common solvent used to dissolve fragrane oil into water.
    Alcohol is the most common solvent used to dissolve fragrance oil into water. Emulsifiers, ingredients that bind oil to water, help dissolve fragrance oils into water and are used in creamy textured products.

Types

  1. Specially denatured alcohol (SD alcohol) is the most common alcohol used to dissolve fragrance oil into water. Arizona Natural Resources lists lecithin, S laureth sulfate, S lauryl sulfate, cetyl alcohol and polysorbate as common emulsifiers.

Products

  1. Scented lotions use emulsifiers to dissolve fragrance oil into water.
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    Scented lotions use emulsifiers to dissolve fragrance oil into water.
    SD alcohol is used to make the cheaper watered-down fragrances of eau de cologne and eau de toilette. Cetyl alcohol, S laureth sulfate and polysorbate are used to dissolve fragrance oil into water for creams, lotions, shampoos, conditioners and body washes.

Benefits

  1. Alcohol dissolves fragrance oil into water to create the lesser perfumes known as eau de cologne and eau de toilette.
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    Alcohol dissolves fragrance oil into water to create the lesser perfumes known as eau de cologne and eau de toilette.
    Emulsifiers dissolve fragrance oil into water to prevent the two from separating, making it unnecessary to shake up a product like shampoo before each use. Consumers can enjoy cheaper versions of expensive perfumes, eau de cologne and eau de toilette, since alcohol dissolves the fragrance oil into water, creating a less concentrated fragrance.

 Good Post Chris!



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T-MAC wrote:

If you are in a pinch use Fabuloso.


Do you know if Fabuloso is compatible with SH?

I don't know what's in it, but some things mixed with chlorine make big bombs and poison gases.

It may be great? Just waning you to be careful what all you mix with SH.



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Bergman Roof Cleaning Port Charlotte FL 941-698-1959 wrote:
T-MAC wrote:

If you are in a pinch use Fabuloso.


Do you know if Fabuloso is compatible with SH?

I don't know what's in it, but some things mixed with chlorine make big bombs and poison gases.

It may be great? Just waning you to be careful what all you mix with SH.


 It works Chuck, Charley and I have been try something like it and it works good. Lavender is the best flavor



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Thanks Art, I will try it now.

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Chuck fabuloso is to expensive, Art will tell you what he's using.

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Hey where's the love guys. Mind pm'ing me?

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Thanks fellas

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