People always like home-brewed liquor, wine, or wild honey. Many times they need to be packaged in glass or plastic bottles. Many people like to fill the bottle full for more storage.
In summer, honey bottles, plastic bottles of white wine, etc. often appear to be broken due to swelling, and the bottle cap bursts into injury. Due to the presence of glucose in liquor, wine and honey, hydrogen peroxide will be produced under the effect of glucose oxidase. Hydrogen peroxide is easily decomposed into oxygen at high temperatures, which will increase the amount of air in the bottle. If the honey bottle or liquor bottle is overfilled , It will cause the bottle to swell and deform.
Here we remind individuals and families who use empty bottles of honey and have the habit of making their own wine. They must leave proper gaps in plastic and glass bottles. Otherwise, in summer or in high temperature environments, some unnecessary injuries will occur.