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Can you believe it? It’s almost Fall season, folks, and time
to enjoy the cooler weather and yummy fall foods. Fall is even sweeter at Vapin
In The Cape because we have the perfect, delicious e<a href="”>liquids to put you in the
Autumn state of mind.

Prime Time Candy Corn
Nothing says Fall like those chewy little triangles of candy
corn. Shoving a handful of candy corn into your mouth is pretty darn satisfying
to anyone’s sweet tooth. But you don’t have to wait until your kid’s Halloween
bag is full to enjoy the candy corn flavor!

Try Vapin In The Cape’s Prime Time Candy Corn e<a href="”>liquid. It
comes in 30ml size and is available in 0, 3, and 6 mg strengths. Bring back
those childhood memories and vape nostalgic!

Granny’s Pie Peach

Imagine the days when you visited Grandma, walking into her
cozy little house, smelling the mouth-watering foods, she has prepared just for
you. One of Granny’s best recipes is her decadent Peach Cobbler! There’s
nothing better to warm you up on a chilly Fall day. Ooey, gooey, and hot,
smothered with vanilla ice cream. Tempted yet?

Get your Granny on with the 120ml e<a href="”>liquid Granny’s Pie Peach
Cobbler by vape Breakfast Classics. It’s available in 0, 3, and 6 mg strengths.
Enjoy the Fall flavor we all love. All the world’s Grannies can’t be wrong!

Prime Time Punkin

It wouldn’t be Fall without something pumpkin flavored. Warm
pumpkin spice cake pinwheeled with rich cream cheese icing, anyone? Everyone is
sure to enjoy a thick, moist slice with a rich, steamy cup of coffee or apple
cider. Can you smell it? You can almost taste the sweet swirls of caramel!

You have to try Prime Time Punkin Pinwheel e<a href="”>liquid! It’s a
vaping luxury for sure, so treat yourself. Punkin Pinwheel comes in 30ml size
and in nicotine strengths of 0, 3, and 6mg. This e<a href="”>liquid is seasonal, so don’t
miss out!

Celebrate the changing seasons with a new vaping experience.
As always, Vapin In The Cape supports and encourages cigarette smokers to
switch to vaping by providing delicious flavors and varieties of e<a href="”>liquids.
Vaping is safer, more economical, and much more enjoyable than cigarettes and
other tobacco products. Enjoy your Fall season with Vapin In The Cape!

Written by vape on August 31st, 2017

Avoid Over-Filling Your Vape Tank   no comments

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Overfilling a vape tank with <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>e-<a href="”>liquid can cause
multiple problems that no vaper wants, including damage. Gurgling sounds,
leaking, and <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in the passageway are signs that the device has flooded.
This frustrating problem can easily be prevented by ensuring proper filling. Here are a few ways you can avoid overfilling
a vape to prevent damage from occurring:

Tilt and Rotate

Tilting the device at a 40 to
60-degree angle and slowly rotating while filling can ensure an even fill. The
angle tilted will depend on the type of device being used: cartomizers can be
tilted anywhere from 40-60 degrees, vape mod tanks should be tilted at about a
45-degree angle, and e-GO Mega Cartomizers should be tilted 40-50 degrees.
Remember to take it slow and check the level as you go.

Leave an Air Pocket

Leaving an air pocket at the top of
the tank is a smart and easy way to avoid overfilling. The air can act as a
vacuum inside of the tank by pulling <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice into the wicks. When you pull on the
device correctly, this vacuum effect prevents it from leaking into the air
passage. You should be able to see through the air at the top. If there is no
air then the <a href="”>liquid will leak and could potentially cause damage. This is a
complication that no vaper wants to experience.

Pay Attention to ML Markings

Another easy way to avoid
overfilling e-<a href="”>liquid would be to pay attention to the ML markings. These lines
are there to help you fill without using too much. These can also help those
who want to combine flavors. By using these simple marks, you will be able to
decide how much you want to use of each <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice for a flavorful experience.
Again, the e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice should never go past the top ML mark. Once the <a href="”>liquid goes
past the top marking, it’s been overfilled and will surely be leaking.

Use a Syringe

Using a syringe is one of the most
effective ways to avoid overfilling. Syringes can show how much e-<a href="”>liquid is
being used before ever entering the polyfill. This can make it much easier to
fill and combine flavors. If nothing else, you should consider using a syringe
for an accurate amount of e-<a href="”>liquid.

As a vaper, you should always use caution when filling or refilling to avoid
damaging your device. Overfilling can lead to leaking, flooding and damage. To
avoid problems, you should tilt and rotate while filling, leave an air pocket,
pay attention to the ML markings, and use a syringe. These four simple steps
will make it easier to combine flavors, avoid overfilling, and prevent damage.

Written by vape on August 24th, 2017

A Refrigerated Bust   no comments

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Extra! Extra! Read all about it.
vapers, have you noticed a change in the flavor of your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice? Does it seem a
tad bit off? You have followed the directions about how to properly store the
container, yet you are still not achieving the flavor and experience that you
have come to love from vaping. Well, it could be that you are simply <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>storing your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice

The Wrong Way

Breaking news! If you have been storing your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in the
refrigerator then you have been silently killing your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. Putting your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice
in the refrigerator is the equivalent to a meteor slamming into earth and
destroying everything that you know and love. The e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice is a fragile mixture
of nicotine and other flavorings. So, the refrigerator acts as that meteor,
destroying all the beautiful flavor and consistency of your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. This is not
ideal for the best vaping experience. You want to be able to enjoy the flavor
and nicotine of the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. That is why you bought it, correct?

You may be asking yourself, how could storing my <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in the
refrigerator possibly destroy it? Well, according to vape Craft Incorporated,
the flavors inside of your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice will have the tendency to bond together over
time. Thus, forming crystals and causing all the flavors to leave the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice and
deposit into the crystals through a process called re-crystallization, which,
too, thickens the consistency of the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. Additionally, there is the problem
of condensation. Condensation occurs in the container that holds the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice, and
the water produced from it drips down into the <a href="”>liquid causing the destruction
of the flavor. Also, bacteria are attracted to moist areas. So, if you have
condensation taking place in the e-<a href="”>liquid container then that is a breeding
ground for potential bacteria, which can cause illness. Hence, be safe. Do not
store your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in the refrigerator.

The Right Way

Now, that we have discussed the wrong way to store your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice
let us discuss the right way. There are many opinion pieces about the proper
storage of e-<a href="”>liquid, but one conclusion that they all arrive at is that
e-<a href="”>liquid should be stored in a cool and dark area. That’s why some have
recommended the refrigerator as an excellent option, but based on the results
of reduced flavor and changes in the consistency the refrigerator option is
void. Therefore, a better option would be to store your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in a high cabinet
that is not in direct sunlight or above a stove. This way the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice is in a
dark place – with no artificial lighting – and it can remain cool. Vaping <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice
kept in these conditions will not disappoint, and you will be able to
continually enjoy the vaping experience.

Thus, it is time to rejoice! A solution has been found. Store
your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in a high, cool and dark place, and enjoy the satisfaction of
vaping the same flavor and consistency like the day you first opened the package.

Written by vape on August 18th, 2017

Native Wicks Organic Cotton is The Way to Go!   no comments

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vapers know more about the world of
vaping than ever before. And there is now a competition of who makes the best
parts for different devices, such as the wick. One of the things vapers enjoy
purchasing here at Vapin’
in the Cape is Native Wicks Organic Cotton
, and there are several reasons

Different Wicking Material

Wicking material started with silica
as that was the only real material option at the time. Fast forward to today,
and there are different brands of cotton available as well. Now the organic
cotton is trying to make a break for the market. It is specifically created for
vaping. You get about 36 inches in a packet. It is immaculate and pure. The
company puts a lot of work into each package, making sure it looks pristine. It
is a show of quality. Sometimes you get a little bit of cotton plant stuck into
the cotton, but this is very clean.

Made from Pima cotton, which is the
longest and lightest cotton you can get. The company puts a lot of effort in
the product, and it is better for vapers. You can easily use it in your RDA,
and it is simple to separate and work with. There is no real breaking period in
flavor. Other cotton starts slowly break down under the heat. When you are
putting it in and put in your coils, you should pack it in quite tight, because
otherwise, it won’t work properly. The flavor simply won’t be right. If you are
using an RDA, it will take you a bit of work to put the wick in. However, its
durability and the enhanced flavor will be perfect for it.

Better Performance

Because of its structure, you should
have no problem segmenting it as necessary. Now, when you get to the vaping
experience itself, there are a couple of things this product does better than
alternatives. It holds the <a href="”>liquid the same way others do, but it transfers it further
up the strands. And it ”picks” the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice up from the well much better, resulting
in a stronger flavor. It also works well for sub-ohm vaping purposes. Note: There
will be a dry hit now and then because of the type of high-quality vape cotton being
used. However, there will not be any burnt after taste that follows the flavor
when the wick needs changing.

All the bonuses listed above will
also allow you to enjoy flavor-chasing and improved performance in cloud competitions.
Optimal settings and Native Wicks Organic Cotton will have the effect.

Final Thoughts

This product so far has proven to be
worth it. It is a little more expensive than its counterparts, but the bonuses
you get out of it are worth it.

Written by vape on August 14th, 2017

Key Factors That Can Affect Your DIY Vape Juices   no comments

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Making DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juices is not only an
ideal way to save money on <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>vape <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juices, but it is
also a great way to experiment with different mixes of flavors. However, making
DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juices is not always instantly rewarding. Sometimes, you must try time
and again until you find your right flavor mix and the proper strength.
However, there are a few factors, which when considered, can help you arrive at
you perfect DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice faster. Here are the key factors to consider when
making a DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.

E-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice Factor #1: Diluent

The diluent is the first factor to
be considered when you are making you vape <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juices at home. The diluent is the
base on which your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice is made and is responsible for bringing out the flavor
and ensuring that it stays longer without going bad. Basically, there are two
major bases- Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG). These two bases
have different properties and depending on the ratio used, an e-<a href="”>liquid will
have varying characteristics. Vegetable Glycerin being thick and having a
sweeter taste is fitting when you are making <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice that will produce thick
clouds and have a sweeter taste. Conversely, a higher PG ratio should be used
where you are making an <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice for a stronger throat hit and a pronounced
flavor. Besides, PG is light, odorless and tasteless, hence will not affect the
taste of your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.

E-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice Factor #2: Nicotine Concentration

Another key factor to consider in
making DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice is the nicotine concentration. Nicotine is one of the key
ingredients that determine the level of throat hit. Therefore, you cannot
afford to overdo or underdo it. The recommended level of nicotine concentration
is 0mg to 24mg. You can choose your nicotine concentration depending on your
sweet spot. For example, if you were a heavy smoker, you might need up to 24mg.
However, if you were a mild smoker, 0 to 6mgs will do it for you.

E-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice Factor #3: Device Being Used

The device which you will
be using
is also a key factor to consider when you are making your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.
Just how powerful is your device? For instances, are you using a simple electronic
cigarette or are you using a technologically-advanced MOD? Whatever device you
will be using will help you determine the ingredients of your DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. If
you are using an e-cigarette, using a high level of VG might not be
appropriate. Besides, VG requires a lot of power to vaporize and power drawn
from a basic e-cig might not be enough. Also, with different ingredients having
different boiling points, it is important that you have a device that has
maximum temperatures required to vaporize your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice, depending on the
ingredients used. Hence, a MOD would be an ideal option for that.

E-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice Factor #4: Flavoring

When making DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice, it is
necessary that you consider the flavor being used. You will find all kinds of
imaginable flavors available in the market. However, it is advisable that you
buy a small amount of each flavor. Perhaps 10ml for each flavor, because these
flavors don’t always taste like you expect. Therefore, save money by getting a
small amount and when you find out that it is the flavor that meets your vaping
needs, you can go ahead and buy it in bulk.

Making DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice can be fun as
well as a learning experience. With experimentation and patience, you will soon
find your sweet spot and you will not have to think of DIY e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice making as a
struggle. So long as you know the flavor you want to taste and smell in your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice,
consider the device being used, and select the ingredients appropriately, all depending
on your vaping preferences of course, then you should be set for an enjoyable DIY
e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice making experience.

Written by vape on August 10th, 2017

Avoiding Burnt and Over Saturated Coils   no comments

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No one likes a burnt under taste in
food and especially not in your
<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>e-<a href="”>liquid that is being
vaporized. Burnt or over saturated <a href="”>vape coils
are a common complaint and can really mess with the experience of vaping as
well as your equipment in general. This article will cover the basics of how to
avoid such blunders so that you can continue to enjoy your vape, free from the
unpleasantness that is burnt or
over saturated coils.

To start, the problem when it comes
to burnt and or oversaturated coils is a lack of knowledge. With the vaping market,
still very much in its infancy, and an influx of customers, some vapers just
don’t know how to care for, or properly set up the unit. The problem also comes
from user error. Doing something like vaping at a higher wattage than you coil
can’t handle is going to ruin that coil.

Secondly, being cheap is not a good thing when it comes to vaping. coils do not
last forever and they need to be replaced roughly every 2-3 weeks, but the
taste of your e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice will let you know when it is time for a new one. There
are some vapers who opt to clean their coils in order to save money, but I
wouldn’t recommend doing this unless you have an advanced vaping knowledge, as
it can compromise the taste and enjoyment of your vape experience.

Next, if your coil is not primed (or broken in) properly then you also run the
risk of getting that burnt taste. If you are new to vaping then I would suggest
you visit YouTube for some tutorials and save yourself the future heartache.
Furthermore, oversaturation can be caused by improper filling of the tank. That
can cause what is known as “tank flooding”
and can end up ruining your equipment. You can save a unit from damage caused
by a flooded tank.

Now, you need to know how to keep you device clean, treat it like you would a
cup or saucer, give it love and it will love you right back. Proper care tips
include a simple dump out and rinse off your tank (that has been disconnected
from the electronic cigarette or MOD first) and then letting it air dry.

Finally, slow your roll because vaping is not meant to replace chain smoking.
If you don’t give your device breaks, you are going to burn it out quicker than
you wanted and have to go buy more coils. Ideally, you should try and wait for
the vapor to dissipate before your next hit!

Other possibilities that can cause that burnt taste can be: You don’t have
enough <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in it; so dry wicking. A leaking tank which can be caused by a
loose O-ring. The flavor may not be for you. To elaborate, some vape <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juices
have a lot of VG (Vegetable Glycerin which is a base ingredient in vape <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice)
and some units can only handle specific amounts of VG.

If you want to avoid that burnt taste or
oversaturated coils, explore these tips; follow the manufacturer’s advice, ask us
as we are always here to help, and educate yourself on your new-found hobby.
YouTube has many fun and informative videos on the subject and you never know
you might learn something new or even find your next e-cigarette or MOD.
Remember, user error is costly and no fun for your wallet

Written by vape on August 5th, 2017

The Go-To-Wire: Kanthal or Nickel   no comments

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In the vaping world, wire
is used to make
coils. While there are many different types of wires uses
to do this, the two we are going to talk about today are nickel and kanthal. Both
wires have different characteristics as well as some pros and cons.

Kanthal Wire
Kanthal is a mixture of iron, chromium, and aluminum. It is
the most popular wire used and comes in many different lengths and gauges. It
has a high resistance and was designed to heat as electricity passes through
it. Another characteristic about this wire, is that it has good durability,
meaning it can be used multiple times over long periods of time. This wire is
easy to work with but stiff enough to hold its form when you shape it. This is
especially important for when you wick your coils because you don’t want the
shape changing or the wire getting distorted. The great thing about kanthal is
that it is inexpensive and it is available here at Vapin’ in the Cape. One
thing to know, though, is that this wire does burn down quicker than others and
that could carry a risk of the metal getting into other parts of the vape.

Nickel Wire
This type of wire is usually pure nickel without any other
metals mixed in. While kanthal is still the most used, nickel is increasing in
popularity. In fact, it is especially popular with vapers who enjoy building
sub-ohm coils and tanks. Nickel is a softer metal and has a low resistance but
has a high temperature coefficient, which means the resistance changes rapidly
when heated. This is beneficial for temperature control. One thing to know
about this, though, is that since nickel is a softer metal, it is hard to get
it to keep its shape once you begin the forming process. Nickel has been known
to get distorted once you wick your coils.

If you don’t have a MOD that has
temperature control, then you should really use kanthal. Again, not only does
it have good durability but it also keeps the shape you put it in. Overall, it
is the better wire to use. On the other hand, if you have a MOD with
temperature control, then nickel is the way to go. Either way, before you
decide which one to use, make sure you look at all the characteristics for both
and see which one is ideal for your vaping needs.

Written by vape on July 30th, 2017

Top 3 Benefits For Steeping Your E-Liquid Bottles   no comments

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What is

is any practice or process used to age or modify the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>flavor
of e-<a href="”>liquid
is a common practice among vapers to improve the taste of e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice, via aging,
heating, shaking, and airing. More specifically, it is to induce chemical
reactions in the mixture of the base ingredients in the <a href="”>liquid, like nicotine,
propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), and sometimes alcohol and
distilled water.

develops and intensifies the flavor of most e-<a href="”>liquids and improves the overall
vaping experience. When the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice is vaped straight from the bottle, the <a href="”>liquid
may or may not have mellowed out.

removes alcohol which subsequently darkens the e- <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice‘s color (this is known
as the Maillard reaction—It reduces sugars and involves amino acids). The
removal of volatile compounds like alcohol improves the smoothness of the
<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.

some important details you should know:

would be container type. Is your bottle glass or plastic? Being aware of the
health hazards of plastic and the type of glass you’re using is important to
assess the optimum steeping method.

bottles are best for protecting health, as plastic is toxic (even if it’s BPA
free) and reactive to your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. Plastic also easily leaches into any <a href="”>liquid
or food that it encounters, including substances like e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. Heat can easily
melt most plastics and can out-gas harmful compounds.

Additionally, any kind of physical stress like
crushing or shocks from falls can cause phthalates to be released. These
microscopic plastic flakes can enter your bloodstream via lungs and skin and
into whatever is being stored in plastic.

are three distinct benefits of steeping your e-<a href="”>liquid:

Benefit #1. Allows for flavor fine tuning: Lose the bad stuff, get the good

Steeping will improve the mouth feel, taste, and
throatiness of the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice. Homemade <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice will almost always have unpleasant
chemical tastes.
Steeped <a href="”>liquids
will feel smoother and taste better. If you want less burn, steeping would be a
good idea. Make sure to be aware of the base you’re using, as this contributes
to throat feel.

Benefit #2: Wider palatability and versatility.

Some people may be turned off by the harshness
of certain bases which are also amplified or nullified by flavorings and bottle
If you can’t stand harshness and want a smoother and
softer <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice, you want to age it.

will allow for as many people as possible to enjoy different e-<a href="”>liquids,
especially when you’re with friends and acquaintances. A beginner may be
unwilling to vape due to the intense taste and the throat burn.
Usefully, steeping can allow you to mitigate
these properties.

will make a flavor less sweet and more mellow. Naturally lighter flavors will
be easily snuffed out—the less their taste will be all together.
Examples would be sweeter flavors like
strawberry, kiwi or banana. If you steep these flavors too much you might end
up taking them out of their element totally. If
you’ve ever accidentally inhaled your favorite colognes and had your mood a bit
soured as a result, you’ve experienced something like non-steeped e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.

There are many approaches to steeping—another
way is to literally age the <a href="”>liquid in a dark, cool location for weeks,
occasionally shaking it for oxygenation; a bit like wines and other fermented
drinks. You could also steep the <a href="”>liquid using more improvised methods,
like leaving the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice in your vehicle during the summer, breathing it
occasionally. This is convenient as it allows you to heat the <a href="”>liquid without
energy cost or manual effort.

Benefit #3: It’s just simply fun.

Having fun testing various combinations of
flavors, <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juices, batches, steeping methods, and other specifics is part of the
process. Often, the process itself is more enjoyable than the actual

a secondary process known as streathing. This is testing the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice to determine
what kind of steeping and time span produces the best <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.
t’s good to
keep notes on this, as it can become rather complex.
And that’s a good thing as it allows for virtually
infinite taste and creativity. Steeping certainly adds some amount of culture
and nicety to an already interesting topic.

use glass bottles, as plastic bottles can be toxic and reactive to your <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice.
Plastic can melt and leach into the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice itself, so again, be very careful to
use lime soda glass if possible (non-Pyrex). Borosilicate glass can work, but
it can be hazardous to use in other situations.

One can
say that the steeping process begins as soon as the batch is bottled. The
moment it’s sitting on shelves is when the aging process begins. Steeping
usually should be done manually, as it takes some extra time for PG and even
longer for VG, the two most popular bases for e-<a href="”>liquid.

Steeping is an important aspect of vaping. It allows you to
cultivate specific flavors and sensations while vaping, enhances the science of
<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice modification, and allows for increased flow of knowledge within the vape

Written by vape on July 25th, 2017

Some Vape Stuff Shouldn’t Be Carried In Your Pockets   no comments

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vape hardware, e-<a href="”>liquids and accessories
can become expensive and therefore they should be properly cared for. One way
to care for these items is to store them in proper areas. According to experts
and storage recommendations, you should never store hardware, e-<a href="”>liquid bottles
or their accessories in your pockets. Storing these items in your pocket can
cause a range of negative consequences.

First, let’s look at what could possibly
happen if you store vape batteries in your pocket. The heat from your pocket
could damage the battery causing it to malfunction. In an event that your
battery malfunctions, you will no longer be able to use it in your device. A
new battery for your device will need to be purchased. Also, if you have other
batteries or metals in your pocket, then more can happen than just a
malfunctioning battery. Heat plus batteries touching or batteries touching
metal can cause a reaction that can be explosive or shocking. According to
reports, if a metal item touches a loose battery, this could lead to an
electrical shock. Some vapers may think that this will never happen to them
because they do not carry metal in their pockets. Guess what, if you have loose
change in your pocket, then you are carrying metal. This is why you must make
sure to properly store your batteries in a battery caddy or some other
recommended storage in order to remove the possibilities of getting injured or
damaging your battery.

Next, not properly storing your products
can result in them getting broken. A quick slip of your e-cig into your pants
pocket could shorten the life of it. Your pants move and bend with you wherever
you go and they provide no cushion. So, if your pocket bends the wrong way or
you sit down too fast, bumping your side against a hard surface, then chances
are you will probably break your device.

Finally, you should refrain from
keeping vape products in your pocket because, especially with your e-<a href="”>liquid, it
can get damaged. The heat in your pocket can cause your e-<a href="”>liquid to change
color. For example, a red colored e-<a href="”>liquid can turn a brownish color. This
change is color occurs due to the molecules. When the temperature increases,
molecules tend to have more energy which allows them to interact with the
substances within the <a href="”>liquid or break down into reduced sizes. Though this can
cause the color of the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice it will not alter the effects of the <a href="”>liquid once
you put it into your vape’s tank and inhale it. In addition to changing colors,
heat from your pocket can also change the flavor of your e-<a href="”>liquid. You may be a
fan of strawberry or peach flavor e-<a href="”>liquid, but if the heat disturbs the
ingredients, you may as well kiss your newly purchased flavor <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice goodbye.
Though the heat can alter the taste, you can still expect to receive the same

Overall, instead of risking your products by storing them in
your pocket, purchase a carrying case to help to save you money and of course,
keep you and your device safe.

Written by vape on July 20th, 2017

Think It Might Be Time to Replace Those Wicks!   no comments

Posted at 5:00 am in Uncategorized

Wicking is
one of the most important ways to ensure that you can enjoy a quality vaping
session. Surprisingly, it is often overlooked by even the most experienced
vapers and it can be confusing to determine when it is time to change your
wick. It is important to replace your wicks because it can prolong the life of
your coil and lead to better flavor and cloud production. To understand when
you should change your wicks, you want to first know what wicking is and how it
works within the atomizer and device. The wick is an absorbent material that
carries the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>e-<a href="”>liquid
to the <a href="”>coil.
Once the <a href="”>liquid is at the coil, it can be atomized. Therefore, it is important
to have a fresh wick to get the best vape.

Now, how often your wick needs to be changed can depend on a few different

-Part of it depends on the type of
e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice you are using to vape with. Propylene Glycol (PG) is a thinner type of
solvent, so it will wick quicker. If you vape using a <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice that has a
higher concentration of Vegetable Glycerin (VG), it is going to take longer to
wick because the <a href="”>liquid is thicker and moves slower through the wicking

-The temperature that you vape at
also plays a part in how often you will need to change your wick. The higher
the temperature at which you vape, the faster the coil needs to recharge and be

-An old, saturated wick can leave
sediment on the coil so it is important to stay on top of it and not let the
wick stay past its lifetime.

The first thing you will notice when
it is time to change your wick is that the amount of vapor you are producing
during your vape sessions will start to decrease. The flavor will also start to
decline and if you really delay and leave the wick for too long, the e-<a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_7.html”>juice
will start to taste burned. The next thing you will notice is the physical
appearance of the wick will begin to change. If it starts to change color or
take on a burned appearance, then that is a sure sign that you should replace
it with a new one. If you do not change your wick, it will lead to an
unpleasant vaping experience. In addition to tasting bad, vaping with an old
wick is also bad for the coil. The saturated wick can leave a residue on the
coil and if you are not careful, you might have to replace it sooner than you
previously anticipated.

The best thing that you can do to ensure a pleasant vaping experience is to
change your wicks regularly. Remember that the type of e-<a href="”>liquid you use and the
temperature at which you vape at play a part in how often the wick will need to
be changed. Before you begin each session, look at the wick and browse for
color changes or burns. If you are going to be changing e-<a href="”>liquids during a
vaping session, keep in mind how the flavors will mesh. Depending on your
personal preference, you should consider changing the wick to get a cleaner
flavor. Follow these tips and hopefully you will be able to better identify the
best time to change your wicks.

Written by vape on July 15th, 2017