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When to brew DHB/1-test base, super solvents is needed, to avoid milky oil.

Discussion in 'Homebrewing' started by aasraw, Apr 23, 2019.
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When to brew DHB/1-test base, super solvents is needed

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mario
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First and foremost, welcome to RV.

It’s actually ethyl oleate, or EO. Allergic reactions to this solvent are relatively common.

And guaiacol has the worst smell ever.

You can probably make some clear DHB that’s not too painful with regular solvents if you choose a lower concentration, like 50mg/ml.

Miglyol 840 seems like a great option for carrier.

Goomil
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  • May 20, 2019
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aasraw said:When to brew DHB/1-test base, super solvents is needed

 

good to know.

so you have a website?  what about an Intro on the AAS Source section?

Regards!

aasraw
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  • May 21, 2019
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mario said:First and foremost, welcome to RV. It’s actually ethyl oleate, or EO. Allergic reactions to this solvent are relatively common. And guaiacol has the worst smell ever. You can probably make some clear DHB that’s not too painful with regular solvents if you choose a lower concentration, like 50mg/ml. Miglyol 840 seems like a great option for carrier.

 

@mario  You must be a master on brewing! Thanks for your experience sharing! If you want try our raws, I will get you some gifts. LOL It seems I am advertising here.

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Goomil said:

aasraw said:When to brew DHB/1-test base, super solvents is needed

good to know. so you have a website? what about an Intro on the AAS Source section? Regards!

Hi @goomil Our website is http://www.aasraw.com

To the others, it could be more reliable for you to find out by yourself. It is not lazy for me, just human nature. LMAO

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