What is GBL (Gamma-butyrolactone)
GBL is an industrial chemical intermediate and solvent commonly used in paint strippers, detergents, adhesives, nail polish removers, etc. Global production of GBL is measured at hundreds of thousands of tons. Chemistry: The molecular formula of GBL is C4H6O2 and the molecular weight is 86.09 g/mol.
How do you check my/your GBL?
GBL can be detected by testing liquids such as alcoholic beverages with the GBL identifier test. The slightly salty and soapy taste is often masked by the taste of the drink itself. Suspicious liquids can be easily tested through the absorbent paper on the front of the Smart-Tip™ probe.
Common uses or application of GBL cleaner
- commonly used in paint strippers
- nail polish removers
- Car wash
- Muscle gain
- Wheel cleaner
Just to name a few………………
What is GHB
Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) is a powerful, fast-acting central nervous system depressant. It was first synthesized in the 1920s and developed as an anesthetic in the 1960s. GHB is naturally produced in the body in small amounts, but its physiological function is unknown.