Titanium Dioxide has clogged my foam spray bottle is there another method to whiten oilwater?

i have an oil water mix that needs to be white in color, right now its yellow and not fully emilsified....20 percent oil 80 percent water..any tips??? do emilsifiers work wihtout a mixing machine?
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  • MetalizeMerzMetalizeMerz Member
    edited January 2021
    Add small amout of emulsifier and ask user to shake upon using.
    Oil and water mixing will provide natural white color (temporary) for you.

    Also, removing Titanium Dioxide is better as its particle is too big for foam dispenser.
  • what the best pigment to put into the liquid sir?
  • what the best pigment to put into the liquid sir?
    Try out the advice given first instead of reiterating your question. You have asked this question a few times in various forms and have not provided sufficient information.
    You have said yourself that the mixture is not fully emulsified, so it is less likely to be white versus a complete emulsion.
    Also, mixers are inexpensive. You can try mixing emulsions with a hand blender which costs around £10 here in UK for a cheap one.
    Please provide more information going forwards or you will not receive any valuable answers. You have to help us to help you.
  • I cannot ask what kind of pigment to use without offending you sir?



    Benz3ne said:
    what the best pigment to put into the liquid sir?
    Try out the advice given first instead of reiterating your question. You have asked this question a few times in various forms and have not provided sufficient information.
    You have said yourself that the mixture is not fully emulsified, so it is less likely to be white versus a complete emulsion.
    Also, mixers are inexpensive. You can try mixing emulsions with a hand blender which costs around £10 here in UK for a cheap one.
    Please provide more information going forwards or you will not receive any valuable answers. You have to help us to help you.

  • I cannot ask what kind of pigment to use without offending you sir?



    Benz3ne said:
    what the best pigment to put into the liquid sir?
    Try out the advice given first instead of reiterating your question. You have asked this question a few times in various forms and have not provided sufficient information.
    You have said yourself that the mixture is not fully emulsified, so it is less likely to be white versus a complete emulsion.
    Also, mixers are inexpensive. You can try mixing emulsions with a hand blender which costs around £10 here in UK for a cheap one.
    Please provide more information going forwards or you will not receive any valuable answers. You have to help us to help you.

    There is no offence taken. It is imperative that you provide useful information, what you've tried/what you haven't and acknowledgement of people's suggestions instead of asking questions repeatedly. It is part of the forum rules. https://chemistscorner.com/cosmeticsciencetalk/discussion/1070/how-to-use-this-forum-rules-and-advice#latest

    Your response above is a good example of just that. I advised on things worthwhile trying and suggesting you include information and you read it only as me being offended and still not taking my advice, which helps no one.
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