Below is some of the most asked questions (FAQ’S) from others. The answer to your question could be here.
E-liquid is made up of Propylene Glycol (Commonly referred to as ‘PG’), Vegetable Glycerine (Commonly referred to as ‘VG’) and high quality flavourings.
Vegetable Glycerine is a colourless, sweet liquid extracted from coconut and palm oil. Ideal for E-liquid, various food applications, and other health and beauty applications such as skin care products.
Propylene Glycol is a premium quality USP/EP pharmaceutical food grade product. Also known as ‘MPG’ or ‘Mono-Propylene Glycol’. Ideal for E-liquid and various food applications. Propylene Glycol is a colourless liquid.
No, you do not need to add nicotine to your E-liquid. Furthermore it is not recommended to use Nicotine if you have not previously used a tobacco product, such as Cigarettes. You will often see warning labels as shown below:
This is very much a question of personal preference. The most common strengths are 0mg, 3mg, 6mg, 12mg and 18mg. These values refer to the number of milligrams of Nicotine in each millilitre of liquid.
For example: To make 50ml of E-liquid with 3mg Nicotine content, simply add 1x 10ml bottle of 18mg Nictone to the E-liquid. To make 100ml of E-Liquid to 3mg of Nicotine, you’d need to add 2x 10ml of 18mg Nicotine and so on. Nicotine Shots are available on our store! All our Nicotine Shots come in a Propylene Glycol base.
Unfortunately one of the ‘problems’ with vaping is that coils will burn out. You should always keep your tank topped up with e-liquid, This will help the coil to last as long as possible.
But coils can burn out much sooner than expected, why?. It can be down to the mix of e-liquid your using, VG is much thicker than PG, So if you have a very high VG mix (VG 80% / PG 20%) the coils wont absorb the liquid fast enough to keep the coil wet. So try looking for lower VG containing e-liquids.
Additionally if you’re using a very sweet tasting e-liquid this could be the problem. In that case try a not so sweet flovour.