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    As long as I can stand it?
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    It really depends on how you like your flavoring too. I like a lighter flavor so I don't get overpowered when I vape a lot. So I need to steep my juices for less time than some of my friends who like them more robust. I can usually vape most of my juices right away but some I do let steep for a couple of weeks....
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    I don't steep my juices but that is because I DIY and use water soluble flavorings. Although I have some that have been "steeping" for over four years.
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    For me it depends on what I am mixing up. As stated tobaccos tend to take the longest as well as some of the caramel flavors. It seems that most of the tobaccos will with time lose some of the overly floral notes, so if you want more floral note vape it sooner. American Spirits tend to have a floral note to them so if replicating that you would need to steep it less.

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    Have to tell ya, I recently found a bottle of Provape Gold Rush that I had misplaced over 18 months ago.
    It was great, super taste, grand billows of 'smoke.' Liked it so much that I ordered more to lose for a year or so.
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    Thanks, all, for the suggestions.

    I found some information on using an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner to help speed up the steeping process; is that just a waste of time, or has anyone tried it with any favorable results?

    In the interim, I've found a decent pre-steeped juice at VapeRite that I may get a few 15ml bottles of (the 60ml bottles get mixed while you wait in the store, but the 15ml bottles all seem to be pre-packaged and about a month old according to the dates on them), so I have a few 15ml bottles going while I have the 60ml's steeping.

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    Has anyone tried setting their vape-juice bottles in an ultrasonic cleaner for an hour or two?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-dub View Post
    Has anyone tried setting their vape-juice bottles in an ultrasonic cleaner for an hour or two?
    Never tried the ultrasonic cleaner, but I let it roll around in the floorboard of my truck to Kansas and back! Check the cap first though
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    I find fruit juices need very little time at all,,,,,,

    I leave the cap off for one night and shake well after covering the next day,,,,,,

    done.

    Some is just your personal taste,,,,,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadOtis View Post
    I found some information on using an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner to help speed up the steeping process; is that just a waste of time, or has anyone tried it with any favorable results?
    Personally, I wouldn't bother. YMMV.

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