Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by FranC, May 27, 2018.
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Here's my Orange Cream recipe. I'm done fiddling with it. The TFA Orange Cream doesn't have much orange flavor, you could adjust the amount of FA Orange depending on how much orange flavor you want.
TFA Orange Cream 6%
FA Orange 2%
INW Shisha Vanilla 2%
TFA Sweet Cream 2%
INW Lemon Cake 2%
I just got Lemon Cake recently and really like it.
I hardly clean them anymore since I switched to mesh instead of coils
but when I used to clean my coils or rdas/drip tips/ect, I'd soak them in vodka for a day or two then let them dry out for a day or two
hot water works also but I used the vodka to disinfect as well
and lmfao a vodka flavored wick with certain flavored e juice is pretty good
Just mixed this up, kiwi cheesecake with a sudden inspiration, or sudden ineptitude (time will tell) to add a bit of lemon meringue tart
- cheesecake (Graham crust) tfa - 3%
- kiwi fa - 4%
- meringue fa - 2%
- Graham cracker v2 cap - 2%
- lemon meringue tart vt - 1%
It'll need a bit of steep time methinks
Lemon cake by INW?
Yep,1 month. You might have something to your liking there
Define vaping stuff.
I rinse my reusable coils under hot running water a few times and then toss them. I like fresh coils.
For RTAs, I sometimes do a light dry/wet burn, a couple of pulses, and then rinse and dry. I change wicks often. Then I recoil.
The rest of my hardware just gets a frequent wipe-down with Isopropyl alcohol pads (electrical connection mostly). Tanks get a bath once in a while (Dawn soak, rinse, air dry).
Haven't used my UC in years.
So sorry, Laurie...
I'll definitely report back on this one. I'm hopeful it's a winner and immediately mix a 120ml of it. I think the bit of the lemon meringue tart might bring it all together.. hopefully
It's a shot in the dark, as I've never even vaped kiwi before, let alone mix it
RTAs, syringes, plastic and glass bottles. I dry burn my coils and pick off gunk with ceramic tweezers or just throw the coil away and wind a new one (I use simple kanthal wire coils). Rewicking an RTA I typically use just q-tips and bits of cotton to clean it, otherwise it gets a bath of mrs meyer dish soap isopropyl alcohol and hot water. I dont use too much soap or alcohol. My mods I'll spot clean when needed with a q-tip and isopropyl alcohol
I just thought it might be convenient to toss my stuff in and let a machine do the work for me.
I’ve done a few of those shot in the dark ones.I don’t remember any fails but definitely not all winners.
My apple watermelon candy wasn't a fail per se.. but not a winner. Back to the drawing board, but it's close. In a pinch it's a SNV at the moment that works and is pretty decent.
I’ve never used one but I know some folks do.
Whatever works is a good thing.
Whatever works for you is good. I'm always at my kitchen sink, anyway, so I clean as I go. Easier this way than collecting my stuff that needs to be cleaned and then setting up the UC, dissolving denture tablets in the cleaning solution (they really work great), and waiting for the cycle to complete...
Good Afternoon Mixers!
110 degrees here in Fabulous Las Vegas!
Darn, tell 'em to turn the lights back off!
But it's dry heat, right?
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