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what is the difference between E-liquid and E-juice?

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  1. masangmasa

    masangmasa New Member

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    what is the difference between E-liquid and E-juice?
    Is E-liquid stronger?
    let me know, thanks.
     
  2. Mentholgirl

    Mentholgirl Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    There is no difference, I don't think! some people call it E-liquid some E-Juice, kinda like cafe or coffee or cup of joe. All the same thing.
    But you can get different mgs of nicotine.
    Also you can get just flavor juices to add to make your own E liquid.
     
  3. Sparky400

    Sparky400 Unregistered Supplier

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    nada = nothing
     
  4. the_cold_revolution

    the_cold_revolution Full Member ECF Veteran

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    one site had both, e-liquid and e-juice.
    It appeared that one was (juice i think) pre mixed flavored pg or vg in various strengths of nicotine

    And liquid was the base pg with no flavor, but I forget if it had nicotine in it or not.
    It was a liquid supplier, i was confuesed by this too if you are talking about two different refferences on the same site.

    hope that helps
     
  5. e-pipeman

    e-pipeman Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    The terms are pretty much synonymous, but the preferred term imho is e-liquid.
     
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