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How to reuse used oil



After trying your hand at frying some dish, you often have the bad habit of pouring it down the drain of the sink or bathroomleftover oil! Perhaps many do not know that oil is not diluted in water. In this regard, it should be noted that thedry oil it must be disposed of correctly in the ad hoc ecological islands. Alternatively, you can reuse theexhausted oil in so many ways, just read our tips.

How to reuse used oil, the guide
Before any operation, it is advisable to let the oil cool after use; It will take hours for the oil to return to room temperature, so place it in a place away from children and pets. But let's see in detail how to reuse used oil:

  • To fry new dishes: the only trick is to filter it to remove any food residues from the previous frying.
  • To grease the snow shovel to prevent snow from sticking to the shovel while you are clearing snow
  • As a fuel for an oil lamp
  • To obtain Biodiesel to be used as fuel; it is non-toxic and ecological. To do this, just find many tutorials online on how to produce biodiesel directly in your garage.
  • To prepare poultry feed: just mix it with dry bread, rice or wheat.
  • To make soaps, creams, etc.: first, however, you need to make sure that there are no traces of food. Below is a small guide to clean used oil.

How to clean used oil

  1. Make sure it is not oil of a mixed nature, such as various seed oil,
  2. Pour the oil into a pot then add some water
  3. Heat everything over a low heat, stirring gently: all food residues and impurities floating in the oil will end up in the underlying layer of water.

To separate the oil from the water, it must be cooled and then frozen.

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