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Mixing test batches in 0.7ml pipette

Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by MaxUT, Nov 22, 2009.

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  1. MaxUT

    MaxUT Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2009
    Ogden, UT, US
    This is something I've been experimenting with this morning and it's working pretty well.

    I dripped the components of the test batch into the barrel of a 3ml syringe, inserted the plunger and then injected the contents into a modified 0.7ml disposable pipette. The pipette works as a miniature juice bottle so I can then drip the mixture into my atomizer. It will lay on its side without leaking until it's needed to drip again.

    The needle I'm using is fine, about a 17-gauge. I snipped off the smallest diameter part of the pipette, leaving a hole at the tip which is just slightly larger than the needle diameter.

    The pipettes were ordered from Juicy Liquid. They will hold about 0.5ml and still leave a small amount of air space for shaking.

    If VG is one of the components of the test batch, you may want to squeeze the pipette back into the syringe and then re-inject it into the pipette to get better mixing.

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