It’s possible for solution products to crystallize (form flakes), precipitate (fall out of suspension), separate (form layers) or lose homogeneity in a variety of ways. The most common is temporary exposure to low temperature, for example during transit in cold months in high latitudes or accidental refrigeration and freezing. It can also happen if a product is solved in a nonpolar solvent and undisturbed on a shelf or in storage for an extended period of time. If you notice any of these issues you can remedy by running the bottle under warm water (50-70°C) for 5-10 minutes and then shaking vigorously to re-suspend and re-solve. If that doesn’t help please contact us.
My solution has flakes, precipitated, crystallized or separated?
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