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Questions about vape juice color?
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Shocked Questions about vape juice color?
There has always been word of lighter colored e-juices running way better in pod systems. Customers always prefer the lighter colored e-juices and when their juice is a darker color it is expected to have higher chances of burning/leaking as well as being returned by the customer as a result. I usually smoke what ever I purchase and do not pay close attention as my vape usually runs consistently. Would love to hear your opinions/experiences regarding this topic, and thank you in advance. 
28-12-2020 07:01 PM
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RE: Questions about vape juice color?
All juices darken over time. The more nicotine they contain, the darker they get.

This is supposed to be oxidation of the nicotine content.

Makes no difference in my devices.
28-12-2020 08:00 PM
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RE: Questions about vape juice color?
(28-12-2020 08:00 PM)HerbertSchnauzer Wrote:  All juices darken over time. The more nicotine they contain, the darker they get.

This is supposed to be oxidation of the nicotine content.

Makes no difference in my devices.
I've noticed this. I was also reading up on people who "steep" or age their juices which was quite an interesting first time read. Personally I also have not experienced issues but customers/other posts suggest lighter colored juices. Thanks for your time.
28-12-2020 08:19 PM
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RE: Questions about vape juice color?
(28-12-2020 08:19 PM)Vape_juice_depot Wrote:  
(28-12-2020 08:00 PM)HerbertSchnauzer Wrote:  All juices darken over time. The more nicotine they contain, the darker they get.

This is supposed to be oxidation of the nicotine content.

Makes no difference in my devices.
I've noticed this. I was also reading up on people who "steep" or age their juices which was quite an interesting first time read. Personally I also have not experienced issues but customers/other posts suggest lighter colored juices. Thanks for your time.

I routinely vape juice I made several years ago, most of which are nearly black in colour.

I have one juice that needs at least six months of steeping (There are ways of reducing this time) or it is vile.

Custard flavours in general need 3-4 weeks after mixing to give of their best.

My view of the culprit in gunked up devices is sweetener - sweeteners tend to kill off coils and wicks rather early.

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28-12-2020 08:34 PM
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RE: Questions about vape juice color?
I am with Don on this - sweetener is the culprit every time. The colour of the juice matters not in my experience. The older the juice the darker it gets but with no change to its quality.
29-12-2020 10:16 AM
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