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Glyserine

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hi everyone at chef talk i am trying to create a smoke effect in water with glyserine but its to dense and sinks to quick. what can i add to the mixture to make a slow but big discharge smoke effect but also i need it thick. thanks
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What is the application?  You might look into theatrical supplies, or dry ice maybe?

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By "smoke effect in water" you mean you'd like a visible gas to be displaced from the water solution right? If so, you'd be hard pressed to do such a thing without nitratrating your glycerine (nitroglycerine). Dry ice(solid carbon dioxide) is probably your best bet for such effects. It's readily available at most grocery stores and will sublimate at room temperature and pressure, giving you the effect you're probably looking for.

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Liquid Nitro

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I need all the ingredients to be natural as im using it for fishing i want to make a glug for my bait that will create a smoke effect in water but also sticks to it so it doesnt wash off as soon as it hits the water
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