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  1. Simple & Strange Things I've Learned on ECF

    by , 06-12-2013 at 09:47 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by daleron View Post
    Always use a dedicated tank/clearomizer/cartomizer for coffee flavors - it's gonna ruin your wicks/coils...
    Get something you can change the heads in for this
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  2. Simple & Strange Things I've Learned on ECF

    by , 06-12-2013 at 09:45 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by daleron View Post
    Always use a dedicated tank/clearomizer/cartomizer for menthol flavors - it will forever hold that menthol taste...
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  3. ePipeMods Safety PSA

    by , 06-12-2013 at 03:16 AM
    [QUOTE=MistBusterMatt;9785163]Not trying to drag up drama again but we were contacted by the modder (we will not mention) responsible for the removal of the VapeSafes in our pipes. In order to be transparent in our dealings with him and our customers on this issue, I have decided that it would be wise to make our response to him public.

    here goes-

    People used to say that lifp04 3.0 batteries were safe- they were wrong and bad things happened.
    People used to say stacked ...
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  4. local places to get diy

    by , 06-11-2013 at 02:17 AM
    [QUOTE=Cjax;9774299]I get my pg from Tractor Supply Company. It's 100% usp used for animal feed. $20 a gallon. It has a 2 yr shelf life, I gave a bunch away and still will end up throwing about half a gallon away next year! If there's not one near you, they have a website. (It's much cheaper then I've seen from ecig vendors. I get my VG from Walmart. It's located in the itch cream section. It's labled Humco Glycerine. it's 99.5% usp (basically as long as it says usp, you're good. the .5% is water ...
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  5. Are the more expensive ejuices worth the price?

    by , 06-10-2013 at 09:56 PM
    For me, price has been no indicator in the quality of juice. I've had some really nasty expensive juices, and some absolutely phenomenal cheap juices. I have learned however that QUANTITY OF AVAILABLE FLAVORS is a pretty good indicator of how good the overall juices are in terms of flavor. Usually vendors that offer a huge variety of flavors are hit or miss with their formulas, while vendors that focus on a smaller selection of flavors usually make sure that every one they do offer is a major hit ...