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Base Mix
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Base Mix
Anybody do a base mix and leave out the flavor completely?

Tonight I made up 100Ml of the e-liquid using "eJuice Me Up" calculator.

Example
40% PG, 60% VG, 12Mg/ml, 5% flavor

100Ml
13.89Ml Nicotine
35Ml PG
46Ml VG
Normally 5Ml flavor to add to this mix

So mixed that up without the flavor, this could be done for 1000Ml and allow to steep for your normal time. Then when your ready in the future to make up 10ml of apple, just add 0.5ml of the flavor, and perhaps it may be ready for use much quicker.

Today I have lots of new flavors arrive, would be nice to make up 10ml of each one with a mix I already have? and also speed up the time by quickly adding a flavor.
(This post was last modified: 05-03-2016 06:19 PM by KingJohn.)
05-03-2016 06:16 PM
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RE: Base Mix
I have made it both ways: a base to add flavor to, and a pre-mixed flavor to add to the base. I haven't noticed it making the juice take less time steeping, though that is possible. I just do it for convenience. If I'm sitting around watching TV or something, I can mix up a bottle of concentrated flavor easily and then just add it to the PG/VG/nic later. 
05-03-2016 07:13 PM
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