I made a cleaning solution that could clean anything. It was made from: -1L of 5% bleach (normal stuff at any store) -3L of 70% isopropyl alcohol -1/2 cup of dish soap -a dash of Comet -1 tablespoon of concentrated ammonia The solution would settle out as a cloudy yellow mixture. When stirred, it would turn green (because Comet is blue). Eventually my cleaning solution became saturated, so I decided I would recycle it by distilling it. The mixture I got back is totally different from what went in. The new cleaning solution... -Is clear orange -Has a very strong smell (I smelled some 99% IPA for comparison, and this stuff is quite a bit stronger than IPA) -Feels like IPA. It doesn't dry the way acetone does, but it doesn't bead like water. -It instantly dissolves isopropyl palmitate, which is a good thing. Any idea what happened here?