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    Also what is the difference between choosing PG or VG "base"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dante Hicks View Post
    Also what is the difference between choosing PG or VG "base"?
    PG: throat hit and flavour carrier

    VG: clouds and longer to steep for clouds

    its like car oil viscosity the PG is alot less dense so runs faster then VG
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    Quote Originally Posted by saph View Post
    PG: throat hit and flavour carrier

    VG: clouds and longer to steep for clouds

    its like car oil viscosity the PG is alot less dense so runs faster then VG
    Thanks Saph. I had a vague idea about all that, but the choice when buying the unflavoured nicotine on that link I put up suggests the base has to be either PG or VG. So that confused me, as usually when I've been buying juices it's a combination of the two ...

    So yeah, still a tad confused from the point of view of wanting a stash of nicotine to add to locally purchased juices.

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    Hey all, just a quick one. If I have a ready to vape flav without nic and I have some nic separately, can I add to the flavour???

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    Yes, you can add nic base to a RTV 0mg liquid but anything you add will dilute the flavour (although, you may not notice that). There are several threads showing how to do that. Here is a good one
    Last edited by gtadmin; 20-06-17 at 07:05 PM.
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    Thanks gtadmin ( thumbs up )

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    Great thread!
    I nutted this out and here is my two cents. I am impatiently waiting for some scales delivered by my friendly postman. So, I had my concentrates etc. turn up. I could not wait, so, I got some 1 ml & 3 ml syringes with a hypodermic for each as to get down the throat of the dripper on the concentrate bottles although it may be a bit of a challenge as the contents level drops, and some specimen jars (Open topped, sterile and seal really well are the jars attributes I find) from a pathologist mate of mine. I already had 14 guage blunts for the nic & vg. Yippee! First 10 ml batch put to bed to steep. Another quirk is to put clear sticky tape over the graduations on the syringe so the numbers and lines don't wash off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocM View Post
    Great thread!
    I nutted this out and here is my two cents. I am impatiently waiting for some scales delivered by my friendly postman. So, I had my concentrates etc. turn up. I could not wait, so, I got some 1 ml & 3 ml syringes with a hypodermic for each as to get down the throat of the dripper on the concentrate bottles although it may be a bit of a challenge as the contents level drops, and some specimen jars (Open topped, sterile and seal really well are the jars attributes I find) from a pathologist mate of mine. I already had 14 guage blunts for the nic & vg. Yippee! First 10 ml batch put to bed to steep.
    18 gauge blunt needs go through the drippers too, and seal well. You turn the bottle upside down when drawing and you can get the last drop. You'll probably have your scales before that becomes an issue in any case.
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