I just want to be able to vape something that is as good of quality as Johnson Creek juices. I would continue to buy their liquids if it weren't for the fact that they have such a limited selection, and almost all of their juices have some sort of 'smokey' flavor. Sometimes I want sweeter flavors than they carry. If somebody could tell me with some certainty that I could mix a sweet flavor with products from Wizard Labs and TFA that tastes as flavorful and pure as Johnson Creek juices, I would definitely make a purchase right away.
I guess the natural next question is, once I do get supplies, how exactly do I mix them? Say I want 30/70 PG/VG mix with 18mg nicotine. How would I achieve this?
+1 on everthing hairball said on supplies.
Originally Posted by hairball
Look in the stickies at the top of this sub-forum. The thread "Guide to DIY Flavoring" will give you a lot of info on mixing, and the thread "Ejuice calculator (added quantity calculations)" has an MS Excel based calculator for mixing. Just plug in the percentages you want to use and it will give you the the amount of milliliters of each ingredient to mix. You can also google "breaktru calculator" for a good standalone ejuice mixing calculator.
Originally Posted by Provangelist
DEFINITELY, ABSITIVELY, POSALOUTELY read the sticky Guide to diy flavoring... ALL of that thread. I know its time consuming but the knowledge in it is astounding.
I personally dont like johnsons creek juice. All the tobacco ones Ive tried taste like they were made by bottling stale farts. For new diy to keep it simple and build confidence getting comfortable with diy the vaping zone alcohol flavors are a best bet. Its easy peezy 2.5% flavoring to make a juice. For the bolder, and more comfortable do TPA or Capellas. I started on TPA flavors and seedmans tobaccos, love wizardlabs, and cant recommend them enough.
Also, dont dive into buying all your flavors from one place. I have bought so many flavorings that just arent what I was hoping for. You will find favorites from different companies depending on the flavor and the taste you are looking for. It can add up quickly and get frustrating. For a beginner, I recommend Loranns. You have to use a little more of theirs sometimes but its easy to fix a recipe/juice that used Loranns and most of their flavorings are decent. Honestly i only use 3or 4 of their flavors now but thats because I found others -- just saying if in doubt and just beginning, they are easy to work with and easy to find. As far as nicotine - RTS vapes is a very reliable company with great prices too. Ecig express also has great prices on alot of DIY stuff you will need. Good luck and like others said, research resesarch research - it will make a big difference in your success!!! =)
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