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The gel-making process for detergent is not something you’ll find in the beauty aisle, but in this case, it’s a necessity.
A large amount of ingredients must be used in order to make this detergent gel-esque, but it’s also quite a complex process.
The gel’s ingredients are basically made up of an oil, an emulsion, and a gel.
To make a detergent like this, you need a large amount in order for it to gel-ish.
In order to create the gel, you’ll need to create a thin layer of oil and then add an emulsifier.
Once the emulsifiers are added, the oil layer will start to gel together, forming the gel.
As the gel forms, the emulsion will start separating out from the oil, forming an emollient layer that you’ll use in order be able to use in the detergent.
The process of making a gel is incredibly complex, and is often compared to making a paste from flour.
This process is not for the faint of heart.
In fact, you’re going to want to be sure you know what you’re doing.
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