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nicotine composition as it pertains to VG, PG and flavoring and how they react with each other as it relates to taste.
You first have to understand that the VG and PG solutions are carriers for nicotine. The nicotine will not change it's chemical composition regardless
Updated 09-06-2014 at 05:41 PM by dannyv45
lets see.... first things first, i applied to a couple of local b and ms .. unfortunately one kind of (imho) lacks personality, perhaps if i get on there i can help with that. secondly, i bought my first rda, in igo s2. it kind of rocks, if spent more time fiddling with making coils for it than actually vaping on it. i organized all my gear tonight into one of those sectioned out plastic cases for jewelry, and put all my juice and juice making stuff into a clear plastic small tool/tackle box. hopefully
[QUOTE=steffanan;4544384]So if I found an amp energy drink vape liquid, I would just about turn away from every other flavour out there. I haven't ever made any juice, but someone said it was possible to boil certain things down and use pg to make juice? Has anyone tried it with any thing before?[/QUOTE]
I have, I just bought a 10ml bottle from the local store.. tastes just like the drink, not bad. wouldn"t use it in anything plastic though Citric acid and who know what else......The
I repeat this often enough think it time to write this out then link to it from now on. I have used Kanger tanks for a long time, started out with their version of the CE5 the T2, then moved to the original version T3 when they first came out, and have used all of their products to date excluding the UniTank and will probably not move to the Protank3 when it comes out, I've rebuilt a Protank and T3S head dual coil already, wasn't really happy with it. The Kanger style Bottom coil is relatively
Note: also applies to atomiser coils of any type however the disposable CE4's referred to in the quote are not really suitable for this treatment as they can not be dissassembled.
Originally Posted by kc76
cheers thanks for the replies, I don't mind the idea of not having to dry burn Ive tried that with my old ce4 and keep getting a burnt taste afterwards
After dry burning you really must boil them otherwise you will just be tasting the burnt ash from the dry burning.
Updated 11-10-2013 at 07:26 PM by fabricator4