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    Hi everyone I was wondering if you guys any experience with virgin vapors cracking plastic tanks or making them murky? I just ordered a 3 pack sampler from their absolute line and a wintergreen from their regular line.




    i was wondering especially if any of you have had any experience of cracking plastic with any of the following flavors:
    Orange creamsicle(absolute)
    watermelon(absolute)
    Naked vanilla(absolute)
    wintergreen(regular line)


    also I plan to use ce4 clearomizers, I have a bunch of brand new ones


    thanks so much!
    shane

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    Hi Shane,

    The Orange Creamsicle is the only one on your list that shouldn't be used in plastic. There is a note on each product page of the flavors that have been reported back to us as plastic tank crackers. If there is no such note in the item description it means we have not received any reports of tank cracking/frosting. I hope you have a glass tank or a regular cartomizer to enjoy your Creamsicle! And don't forget to shake it up real well before filling your device to make sure the orange flavor is evenly distributed throughout the liquid.

    Please come back and let us know how you liked your flavors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kittypie View Post
    Hi Shane,

    The Orange Creamsicle is the only one on your list that shouldn't be used in plastic. There is a note on each product page of the flavors that have been reported back to us as plastic tank crackers. If there is no such note in the item description it means we have not received any reports of tank cracking/frosting. I hope you have a glass tank or a regular cartomizer to enjoy your Creamsicle! And don't forget to shake it up real well before filling your device to make sure the orange flavor is evenly distributed throughout the liquid.

    Please come back and let us know how you liked your flavors!
    Thank you so much kittypie for taking the time to respond back to me. I didn't see that on the different product pages but now that I know that I will check next time. I do have a glass protank2 that I can use for the orange creamsicle. I will defiantly let you know how they are and I can't wait to try them. Thanks again for your respond
    Shane
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    You're welcome, and I am happy to read you already have a glass tank at the ready!
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    I just checked VV page for Orange Dreamsicle and I don't see that it mentions its a tank cracker-has the flavor profile changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebubs View Post
    I just checked VV page for Orange Dreamsicle and I don't see that it mentions its a tank cracker-has the flavor profile changed?
    Let me check on that for you, Angiebubs. I seem to remember not having to worry about Orange Creamsicle but it's been quite a few baby growing months since I last vaped!

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    My SO went ahead and used it in a iClear16 and no problems so far!!!

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    We're doing a test today too so I'll report back but my memory tells me it was actually fine in a plastic tank...

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    Our tests showed no problems with the Orange Creamsicle either so go ahead and enjoy!

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    Thanks for the follow-up Annette!
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