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methanol and glycerin

Two questions:

What grade methanol do i need to obtain. i was doing some research and started to find different grades with different percentages.

Next is what do you guys do with your glycerin you extract?

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You should use the highest percentage you can get[ I use 98%] Lower percentages have water which is not good.

I use KOH so that I can use my glycerol for fertilizer, and mix it with my cattle feed.
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i have read about KOH and i think NOH. one is good for environment, the other is not. what makes up each? how do you make the KOH and not the NOH. do you use lye?
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