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PG, VG or 50/50 blend?

Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by VapAce, Feb 14, 2013.

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  1. VapAce

    VapAce Full Member

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    What blend are you guys using and what do you prefer the most?
     
  2. darkhood

    darkhood Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    40/60 pg/vg mostly, sometimes 30/70
     
  3. lulu836

    lulu836 Vertically challenged and ROLLIN' ON THE RIVER Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    PG, VG and 50/50. And it hits like a freight train. :D
     
  4. HyperRealist

    HyperRealist Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    100% vg...........
     
  5. darkhood

    darkhood Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    lol :evil:
     
  6. Steeler Girl

    Steeler Girl Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I like anything from 70pg/30vg to 80pg/20vg. I like quite a bit of vapor but must have a great th
     
  7. 73ckn797

    73ckn797 Moved On Verified Member

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    This is the mix I have started liking. A straight PG does not produce as much vapor and, for myself, seems to have a harsher TH. The 50/50 mix is smoother to me also.
     
  8. DanKnowsJack

    DanKnowsJack Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    80pg/20 vg is what I have settled on... Have tried many mixtures, and this works for me. That being said... everyone is different, and everyone seems to like a different mixture. Just need to play around, and find what you like the best........ Just make sure to give everything a couple weeks to settle (you did just quit smoking). Don't be to quick to suspect one ingredient or another at first.
     
  9. Boiler

    Boiler Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    100% Vg... the Velvet Fog.
     
  10. babyk1352012

    babyk1352012 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    70 PG 30 vg = perection
     
  11. Abe_Katz

    Abe_Katz Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I've found that I prefer 50/50's in cartomizers and 70/30's in clearomizers. Other than that I can't say I have a favorite blend type.
     
  12. cherrycakes

    cherrycakes Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    100% vg or if that's not available 90% vg 10% pg

    pg makes my mouth dry and sore and lips crack :(
     
  13. VapAce

    VapAce Full Member

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    thanks for the advice
     
  14. chrisaaron

    chrisaaron Full Member Verified Member

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    My two all day vapes are Vanda and Solstice, both from Johnson Creek (Red Oak) and they are both 100% PG free.
     
  15. whyycharles

    whyycharles Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    100 vg, sensitive to pg ;x
     
  16. VapnWitch

    VapnWitch Super Member ECF Veteran

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    So far I prefer all VG, but I've been trying some 50/50 and it's ok. I think I'm waiting on 70/30 VG/PG juice. I'm trying to get a little of every ratio so I can figure out for sure if all VG is my favorite.
     
  17. PharmTechDude

    PharmTechDude Full Member

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    For everyone who vapes 100% VG, have you noticed the flavors arent as deep and rich when compared with PG/VG blends?

    I started with 100%VG and didnt know any better. Now Ive been vaping a range of PG/VG and a few 100%'s and I notice a fairly big difference in flavor depth and fullness between mixes with high VG or pure VG when compared to a blend with more PG. I dont know if it is just a difference between some flavors being more subtle than others, or if it is a trait of the VG simply not "carrying" the flavor like PG does.
     
  18. TomfromBC

    TomfromBC Full Member

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    PG/VG 70/30 so far, as that's what was offered where I first bought juice. I switched to clearomizers and I've read that the 70/30 mix is good for them, but I think I'll be ordering some 60/40 mix and maybe some 50/50 just to see what it's like. Lol, I think I'll use the older clearomizers or the ego-c set up to try those out.
     
  19. The Ocelot

    The Ocelot Mystagogue φ Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I followed the same steps you did. End result, I couldn't tell the difference. I even got my favorite flavor in 60/40 instead of 70/30, although that's probably not enough of a change to notice. But I did have fun making myself nic sick going back and forth trying to see if I could figure out which one was which. :lol:
     
  20. ChaoticRamblings

    ChaoticRamblings Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm vaping a 70pg/30vg mix. It's a little harsh on my throat though. Not sure which mix to use to ease that harshness, but keep a smooth throat hit.
     
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