There is a haze in the bottom of my blush

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rival178

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I have a quick question, I have a blush that I bottled about 2 weeks ago and today I noticed a little whiteish haze in the bottom of all the bottles, and some even had a little color stuck to the side of the bottle. Is this normal or did I do something wrong?

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sounds like it was not totally clear before bottling it and sediment is still dropping.
 

mmadmikes1

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I have been cold crashing whites lately and that seems to have ended the dust on the bottom effect
 

Luc

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You bottled to early.
How long has it aged ???

Luc
 

non-grapenut

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sometime serendipidous MLF causes this, too...you might just have bubbly. You will know this when bottles start popping corks, or worse, explode. Maybe open one to check?
 
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