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With its meteoric rise in popularity, vaping has given birth to many hardcore hobbyists and do-it-yourself types. As is their custom, they tinker, experiment, and continue to innovate. Ejuice, naturally, isn't immune to this phenomenon, and so custom and DIY blends of ejuice are available in many varieties nowadays. What, precisely, is the deal with these custom concoctions? Well, that vaping community is big on individuality, and custom blends are an expression of that. Just like putting a personal twist on a favourite recipe, custom blended ejuice is meant to differ from user to user, and represent them as a person (there's even an additional benefit of saving a little money, and earning some additional respect among one's vaping peers for being adventurous). Of course, it would be inadvisable to jump right in without having a few ideas of what you're doing; that's why we've compiled this list of ingredients and essential considerations, straight from friendliest providers of ejuice in Australia.
What You Need to Get Started
Diluted Nicotine. It's important to remember that diluted nicotine has a flavour of its own when you are mixing it in with your other ingredients. Also, it is a dangerous substance at higher concentrations, so it's important to handle with care. Generally, it is sold in a concentration of 100mg/mL, to make any conversions and calculations easier.
Base/Carrier Fluid. This is your propylene glycol or vegetable glycerine. Each has strengths and weaknesses, depending on what you are trying to achieve with your custom blend, but you'll be able to experiment with different ratios to find out what works for you and what doesn't.
Flavouring. You can't make your ejuice without the flavouring. This is what gives the vapour most of its taste, and you'll want to choose carefully when making your blends.
Gear. Once you have your ingredients, you'll need some equipment to help with your mixing. Bottles, containers (graduated cylinders or beakers, for measuring), syringes, gloves, etc. These will help you maintain a neat work environment, prevent any contamination, and make sure that your blend comes out just the way you intended.
There are, of course, a few considerations you should bear in mind before mixing. The most important being that not every blend is going to work with every vape. Remember that vapes with Clearomiser Tanks don't do well with fluids that have high VG concentrations. Sub-Ohm Tanks work well with VG ejuice. RDAs or Drippers are flexible, and will vary depending on your ratios.
When shopping for ejuice online, Victory Vape should be your first and last destination. We have one of the best selections of e juice online, and our vape knowledge makes us one of the authorities of e juice in Australia. All this in addition to top-notch customer service and a commitment to providing the finest vapes and accessories. If you're looking to start making custom ejuice blends, peruse our marketplace and see why we are one of the most trusted names in the vape community.