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Thread: Advice on stored Nic

  1. #11
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    Seems DHL have a policy that the liquid bottle must be clear so they can see the contents, HiLIQ have had that warning on their website for ages
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  2. #12
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    Griffith, NSW
    All my hiliq nic just gets hurled into the freezer. i dont bother changing bottles.
    I only order it 250mls at a time though, since that lasts me around a year. Never had a problem with any of the bottles or nic seepage.
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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sublime View Post
    I guess the brown glass IS transparent. It's not translucent nor opaque. A tad confusing though me thinks...

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    even clear isn't that tragic

    your freezer is dark 23 hours and 55 minutes a day
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  4. #14
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    I bought my first 1L of 100mg Nic from HiLiq bad 100ml brown bottles from somewhere else - they are painful.

    My next 1L of 100mg Nic, I bought 4 x 250ml BPA free plastic bottles - great! They have wide necks and you can decant easily.

    My next order was 1L of 200mg Nic and 4 x 250ml BPA free plastic bottles - because it costs the same to freight 200mg as 100mg, and the freight is not cheap.

    All of it vapes very nicely. I have way to much., because I use less Nic, most of the time.

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