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Getting Started With Mixing
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RE: Getting Started With Mixing
OK, look here man. You've been a member here for a long time. You don't post much. But it seems like you've got some good experience mixing so you must have some good recipes you can share here! And don't be such a stranger!
13-10-2017 06:47 PM
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RE: Getting Started With Mixing
Go GLASS if u mix!  Plastic is ok to first start on, it is much cheaper.

But once you know what you're doing be as sanitary as possible.  Use clorox wipes or something similar to clean your STAINLESS STEEL surface.  Buy glass beakers, flasks, funnels and graduated cylinders.  Even glass syringes.  They are far more sanitary and NON POROUS.  They clean up easier and more thoroughly, and with plastic if a liquid is too acidic it will start to eat at the inner plastic walls....You will be vaping tiny plastic particulates and not know it, lol.

Syringes I buy here:  https://www.zoro.com/air-tite-glass-syri.../00141141/

Beakers and cylinders here: https://www.homesciencetools.com/chemist...e/beakers/
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17-11-2017 03:22 AM
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