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first timer added isinglass to fermented to finish before bottling turned cloudy after 5 days particals floating worse what do i do?
 
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dont have ability to up load picts added isinglass to pull remaining particals to bottom 5 days have pasted wine seems to be getting cloudy'er instead of clearer?
 

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dont have ability to up load picts added isinglass to pull remaining particals to bottom 5 days have pasted wine seems to be getting cloudy'er instead of clearer?
Is wine degassed
IS it cold outside
maybe set it out in the cold
see if that helps

I just go by gravity how long has thins wine been sitting?
I had a wine that was cloudy , added egg whites, and it cleared (but this also strips some tannins)
so you know
 
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aweek since add isinglass says 2-3 days to clairife on bottle i guess I'll just wait it's degassed temp around 65* I'll try putting it in garage temp about 45* wait see what happen's thanks everyone I'll let you know after aweek
 

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Yeah I had to ask what type of wine?

DOES this have GEL Like floaters

could it be a pectin haze
I cannot remember completley but I think some stone fruit can have that if boiled .

Did you boil fruit.

(I think My pear wine was the one with a bad haze (that I added egg white to)

You could also try to add pectic enzyme
(read up on it on jack Keller See blog ),
I looked but didn't see the amount maybe it was on the web site wine making problems though

 
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