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Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by Kaedinsdad, Jul 27, 2013.

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  1. Kaedinsdad

    Kaedinsdad Full Member Verified Member

    Ok guys I want to start mixing my own and just looking for advice on where to buy from trying to find somwhere that is a all in one shop or atleast for the vg/pg and nic i dont mind shopping other places for flavors
  2. JColt

    JColt Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 21, 2013
  3. Kaedinsdad

    Kaedinsdad Full Member Verified Member

    im looking at rtsvapes but i dont understand how the nic works. i was looking at the 60ml 36mg of nice what do i want lol i want to make 12mg and 6mg juice
  4. Steven Pye

    Steven Pye Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 26, 2012
    Herkimer NY
    you will need:
    Nic 60-100MG for the best value, it will last you the longest
    Concentrated flavoring
    The E Juice Me Up Calculator eJuice Me Up - Best eJuice Calculator

    Depending on the company that made your concentrates you will need different %s of concentrate to flavor the juice..........
    Vendors have suggestions and on ECF you can find vendor specific threads with mixing % suggestions or you can always ask the advice of vets

    Some good places to buy are:
    RTS Vapes
    Vape Zone
    My Freedom Smokes
    Wizard Labs

    almost forgot,
    you will need:
    Graduated Cylinder
    Syringes 1,5,30 ml

    Make small test batches of 3-5ML before you make a 30ml batch just in case if you dont like or want to tweek the juice
  5. Spazmelda

    Spazmelda Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 18, 2011
    60 ml of 36 mg/ml would give you 180 ml of 12 mg/ml or twice that of 6 mg/ml.

    60 ml x 36 mg/ml = 2160 mg total nicotine. 2160 mg nicotine / 12 mg/ml = 180 ml juice.

    36 mg/ml should leave you enough room in your juice to get all the flavors and stuff in. Look at one of the calculators available (ejuicemeup or the spreadsheet, there are many available). Plug in the concentrations for the base you are considering, plug what you want your final pg/VG ratio to be, and what percentage of flavors you are thinking of using, and see if what you have in mind will work.
  6. michaelsil1

    michaelsil1 Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 21, 2013
    Los Angeles
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