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    Question Shelf life of e-juice?

    Just wondering if anyone knows the shelf life of vg e-juice and pg. I want to stock up but not over do it if I might have to throw some out.
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    I've functioned on the idea that the shelf life is typically 8 months to a year -- but I'm purely quoting that off the top of my head. None of my juices ever last that long
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    Have always heard a year as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jadesrayne View Post
    Have always heard a year as well.
    Thanks all. Was thinking about a 3-4 month supply. I should be set.
    I know you're supposed to keep it in a dry place but what about the fridge? Good or bad idea?

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    They can and do last up to 2 yrs. I have some that are 2 yrs now this month. The nic strength has faded, but still taste good.

    I guess it could also depend on who made them. The ones I speak of are extracted tobacs from Want2Vape. They use to make them 70vg30pg then switched to 70pg30vg which I dont like.

    I have been nursing them for quite awhile. All rest of my juices dont even go 6 months and they are gone.

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    I've not experimented, but I've read/heard bad. I believe it causes some separation of the juices -- I could be wrong about this. It definitely wouldn't allow steeping to occur. I'll see if I can find any links to back that up.

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    I learn something new everytime I come in here. That's why I joined this forum. Thank you all.

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    Long-term storage of e-liquid

    At least according to that, it looks like long-term storage is no real problem, but where steeping is limited, you might want to pull a large portion out at a time to stabilize/steep after long-term storage (eg, take out a 30ml bottle when you're down to 5 of your current one)
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    Thanks corruption.

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    Refrigerating E-liquid OK?

    I just posted an email I got from AVE juice here and I hope this helps someone
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