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    What do you store your liquids and other supplies in?

    Just wondering what everyone is using to store their stuff in? I have a small, carved, lockable wooden box that I store my concentrates, syringes and spare parts in. All of my larger bottles are in a lockable briefcase.

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    Errr, I may get shot for this, but oh well. In a drawer in my desk, scattered on my desk ... and in a pile on the end of a bench in the kitchen.


    I am so the worlds laziest and unsafest vaper.
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    I keep my mixes on a cupboard shelf and nicotine in the fridge ( no kids around) other stuff is in a multi layered/ compartmented kit box from Bunnings ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakor View Post
    Errr, I may get shot for this, but oh well. In a drawer in my desk, scattered on my desk ... and in a pile on the end of a bench in the kitchen.


    I am so the worlds laziest and unsafest vaper.
    Ditto precisely.... I even have some on the dining room table and on my desk at work! I used to roll tobacco, oh boy the places i could get that stuff! At least vaping things are much larger than rolling tobacco stuffs.
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    cool dark place is what's generally recommended - ive started putting my bigger bottles of juice in the fridge and having 10ml bottles on my desk for vaping - the rest are in a box

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    I'd get shot if it went in the fridge. Then again someone was happy when I tidied up the other day and there's now only a dozen bottles on the bench.

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    Same as Avtek
    I've got 2 fridges, ones a 370L 15y/o cyclic defrost fridge freezer - that's for fresh fruit/vege as it keeps them crisper longer than a modern frost free fridge does.
    The other is a 200l LG ff more modern fridge that I bought s/h for $50. that's for drinks, cold meats, chillies (dries them out just like I want before drying them in the oven for flakes/powder), also use that fridge for sauces, seeds, and vape juices, and the freezer for ice or left over dinners.
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    i might be confused about this but i figure its best to let the bottles from the fridge come to room temperature before you open them - i read something re if u open them straight from the fridge then you get a moisture build up

    ive started storing the flavours in the fridge too

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    This is so funny, I'd like to take a poll on how many respondents have children and/or pets, and safety precautions taken, I'll start:

    I have one small but very curious, playful dog. So, being mindful of said dog's safety, all large quantities are stored in the fridge/freezer (where they can only damage me if I make a blue), and small quantities are stored in plastic bottles with childproof lids (would that be dog proof?), in a snap locked box. I'm sure the dog can't open this box, but a pillaging 2yo human might, should there ever be one in close proximity - in which case, said box can swiftly be moved to > 2yo child's height, or greater if need be (unlikely).

    My most concerning thought is "what is going to happen to this stuff, should I have an unforeseen accident and someone's got to empty my fridge" !!
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    I had read it was bad to keep them in the fridge at 5 degrees. It is best to either keep them in a dark place closer to room temperature or freeze them to suspend them, putting things in the fridge slowly breaks down molecules or something...
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