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Glycerine Pure - 16 Oz


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Glycerine Pure - 16 Oz, 99.5% Pure, 100% U.S.P. Grade can be used as an antifreeze agent at trap sets and in baits and lures. Also used as an anti-drying agent when making baits.

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Glycerine Pure - 16 Oz, 99.5% Pure, 100% U.S.P. Grade can be used as an antifreeze agent at trap sets and in baits and lures. Also used as an anti-drying agent when making baits. 

Glycerin is a neutral, sweet-tasting, colorless, thick liquid which freezes to a gummy paste and which has a high boiling point. Glycerin can be dissolved into water or alcohol, but not oils. On the other hand, many things will dissolve into glycerin easier than they do into water or alcohol. So it is a good solvent. 

Glycerin is also highly "hygroscopic" which means that it absorbs water from the air.

 

Example: if you left a bottle of pure glycerin exposed to air in your kitchen, it would take moisture from the air and eventually, it would become 80 per glycerin and 20 percent water. Because of this hygroscopic quality, pure, 100 percent glycerin placed on the tongue may raise a blister, since it is dehydrating. Diluted with water, however, it will soften your skin. (Note: While people say this softening is the result of the glycerin attracting moisture to your skin, there is heated debate as to whether or not the glycerin has some other properties all its own which are helpful to the skin. Summed up, the current thinking is "We know glycerin softens the skin. Some people think its because it attracts moisture, but there could be other reasons.")

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10-25-2017
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When the weather gets colder, mice and rats want a nice warm place to stay. But it's not gonna be my house. I lay a lot of my glue traps outside, so that rats don't ever get the chance to enter my home. However, the cold makes the glue stiff and lose its stickiness. Glycerine is an antifreeze that I mix into the glue so that it stays nice and sticky throughout the cold season. You might be thinking, why not use regular car antifreeze then? Car antifreeze is usually toxic and I don't want my dog to accidently injest it. Glycerine is non toxic and sweet, so it also acts as a sort of bait, but wouldn't recommend just using glycerine since it's not as reliable as using actual baits.

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