Getting the right consistency for your vape device by adding extra PG to Ejuice may save your coils and save money by not having to buy a more expensive vape mod.
I used to buy Buck Naked Old Harbor Menthol when I first started vaping with an eGo device. When my local shop wasn’t able to get it anymore, I switched to Tsunami and EON Smoke until they couldn’t get those shipped in anymore either.
My favorite vape shop makes their own branded ejuice but in a high VG blend. I tried it but it just burned out my coils in a few hours. We found another local vape shop that also makes their own branded ejuice at a 50/50 PG/VG blend so I tried theirs. Again, it was hard on my coils; not quite as bad as the higher blend, but it can get expensive replacing coils too often.
So, I decided to start adding extra PG to ejuice that was already mixed and it worked!
The Right Consistency for Your Device
I’ve been using Joyetech eGo AIO vape devices for about a year and love them. But I find they work best with a 70/30 PG/VG ejuice. The coils last at least a week, sometimes longer, and the blend just works best for me.
I had lowered my nicotine to about 6% from 12% but found when I diluted the ejuice, it lowered the nicotine level some and I felt the effects. So I requested a 50/50 blend, bought a bottle of PG and add a few droppers into the premixed ejuice and it’s working great!
Where to Buy Propylene Glycol
You don’t need any type of manufacturer license or anything to buy food grade PG. None of my local vape shops carry it so I buy mine online at Liquid Nicotine Wholesalers. They have the best price online too.
You can also buy larger quantities of food grade propylene glycol on Amazon.