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Tips on how to recycle cooking oils

Throwing the oil waste to the soil or the basin is a really bad habit that not only create blockages like this  if not it contaminates the sea water and  harms the sea wild life
Here for you some ideas on how you could recycle your used home oils while doing some DIY :
 1- You should reuse used oil as much as possible. Cool the oil, strain it through cheesecloth to get rid of food bits, and store in a glass jar (or the original container) in a dark cupboard.
There is no limit to the number of times you can reuse old cooking oil, but you should watch for signs of degradation, such as a murky appearance, foam, or an odor that’s off.
When is ready to go, check with your council for a way to dispose it or put in a sealed container outside the bin.
2- Another better idea, is to recycle the used oil for cooking to make home made candles. Is an easy and great solution to avoid the incorrect disposal. Here you can find a guide how to make your own candles; you can add sandal oil or any other essential oil you like to give a great smell
here you will find The Ultimate Guide to Eco-Friendly and Toxic-Free Candles
 3- Another useful idea with the used oil is simply convert it into soap with no toxic components and use it either for showering, washing dishes or clothes Make hand made soap 

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