Originally Posted by look30
I have/had RY4 and tasted HORRIBLE, first when I got it was marred by a smoked cheddar cheese flavor with a sour aftertaste.
Now after two weeks of steeping without cap and shaken , not stirred, once a day tastes like I could describe old socks left in a hockey bag after a one month tournament. I never had a worst experience , usually If I didn't liked a juice after a while become more vapeable but not this one.
I have thrown it in the toilet and at least I saved the bottle to use it
As said earlier in a blog . finding several ECF members are not exactly honest and forthright . Another example I can use . Several months back , I had collected a large assortment of juicces , I either didn't care for , or were too high of a nic . content for me . Rather than selling them , I listed them in the classy's , stating that I wanted them to go to a less fortunate member , that really couldn't afford to go and buy a lot of juices to try . All that was required , was to pay the postage
I have been a member of ECF , for nearly two years now . And it has fnally dawned on me , that there are a lot of unscrupulous types , that call themselves members . Case in point . Just recently sold an Evic in the classy's , sent it out priority mail , the next morning . For some reason , the P.O. misplaced it , or re-routed it wrong . Anyway , it failed to show , when expected . The member had indicated , that he was without a device , as he had already sold his . I felt bad , so I sent him
Originally Posted by Scubabatdan
The following items are essential in my opinion for making DIY ejuice:
Snap Close Tool Chest With Top Compartments
Small tool chest are perfect for organizing your stash as it were for entry level mixers. You can store all of you supplys in one place and effectively lock it if you have small childen.
Fluval and Poly-fill
Fluval and Poly-fill are excellent replacement materials for the batting in the cartridge. When the old batting has been used to the point
Here's a review of three finely crafted e-liquids from Goodejuice. All three are part of the company's "House Brewed" line and use natural extracted tobacco (NET). If you're a vaper that's looking for authentic tobacco taste then you should definitely consider these. Full review and steeping notes here, Cliffs Note version below:
Apple Cured -- A sweet organic apple flavoring dances nicely with a rich tobacco