In the chemical world, Glycol Ethers are used in a variety of ways. These substances are created by mixing ethylene glycol or propylene glycol with alkyl ethers. Glycol Ethers are classified as either E or P solvents depending on which form of glycol is used. As a result, there are many different classifications of Glycol Ethers that are created and used. Glycol Ether EM is part of the E-class of ethers, which means that it is derived from ethylene glycol. Glycol Ether EM is used for numerous purposes, such as lacquers, resins, inks, and dyes. It may also be used in cosmetics and soaps. Being an industrial solvent, the substance is miscible in water and has a higher boiling point. It is also toxic if exposed to at high concentrations, and can lead to blood diseases if not treated or avoided. The solvent is a clear liquid in its natural state, and it is highly stable for use as a solvent.