At present, people are paying more and more attention to health preservation, not only through daily care for health maintenance, but also happy to use medicine and food tonic for health maintenance. Many citizens like to make homemade wine and drink it daily. Generally, large-caliber glass bottles are used for soaking medicinal wine and tonic wine. Therefore, many glass bottle manufacturers will produce such glass bottles for people to choose from.
Many people know that if you want to use glass bottles for soaking wine, you must pay attention to sealing the mouth of the bottle tightly, so as to ensure that the alcohol does not escape, and you can make a truly refreshing and effective medicinal liquor. However, sealing the glass bottle is not an easy task. Many families do not know how to seal the bottle completely to prevent the bottle from leaking. Some citizens use paraffin wax to seal the seal. They thought it would be a seal, but there is still a possibility of air leakage. So, how should the glass bottle be sealed? How can we ensure that the glass bottle does not leak air?
The easiest way is to choose a large mouth glass bottle with a lid. Some professional glass bottle manufacturers can provide such glass bottles. When selling bottles, they will also sell corresponding lids. Such glass bottles will not The citizens need to worry about how to seal it. Of course, this kind of “original” bottle cap is good, but what should I do if something goes wrong with this kind of bottle cap? Then you can choose the way of cling film, use the cling film to tie the glass bottle tightly, which can also play a good sealing effect. Some people use paraffin wax to seal the mouth. In fact, this method is not appropriate, because it encounters the ethanol contained in the wine, which will cause dissolution problems, which will cause the glass bottle to leak. In addition, some elderly people will choose to use Polygonum leaves for sealing, and then put yellow mud on the mouth of the bottle, so that it can have a sealing effect. This is also a very old sealing technique. Many wines are brewed in this way.