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What causes some juices to clog coils in a day or two vs a couple weeks with others? https://ift.tt/38BSGp8

Like the title says, what exactly is it that causes some juices or even whole brands to clog/burn up coils super quickly compared to others? I’ve actually been wondering this basically since I started vaping several years ago, but it wasn’t really an issue since I started using B-X Vapor’s juices almost exclusively and their juice hardly ever clogs my coils. I can typically get 2-3 weeks out of my coils when using their juice, mostly just change them out because it feels like it’s “time”. In contrast, I recently scooped up a ton of Freeman vape juice during their pre-vapocalypse sales and now can maybe get 3-5 days (or less) before the coil starts tasting burnt or just blegh in general.

Both have the same-ish vg/pg ratios (typically 70/30 to 80/20) , and I have tried several different flavors of Freeman juice and all the flavors B-X offers. Both are used in the same Fireluke Mesh tank at around 60-70w depending on what flavor it is.

Is there something I need to be doing with different brands? Running hotter or cooler to cater to each brand? Is it something in the ingredients? I’m genuinely curious, this isn’t meant to bash on Freeman or anything like that. I am just curious because I’ve noticed variance with other brands before. Some last just as long as B-X or longer, some have gone bad within literal hours of changing the coil. I’m also looking to start mixing my own juices in the next month or two, so if there is any information on what I need to do to avoid quick coil burnout, I would appreciate it.

As a side note, if anyone in the PDX/Vancouver WA area wants my stash of ~500ml of 3mg Freeman juice let me know! It probably will work great for someone who builds/wicks their own coils, but at $4-5 each, replacing coils gets expensive when it’s every few days.

Edit: also for reference, I typically go through 50-100ml of juice a week (depending on if I’m drinking on the weekend or not).

Like the title says, what exactly is it that causes some juices or even whole brands to clog/burn up coils super quickly compared to others? I’ve actually been wondering this basically since I started vaping several years ago, but it wasn’t really an issue since I started using B-X Vapor’s juices almost exclusively and their juice hardly ever clogs my coils. I can typically get 2-3 weeks out of my coils when using their juice, mostly just change them out because it feels like it’s “time”. In contrast, I recently scooped up a ton of Freeman vape juice during their pre-vapocalypse sales and now can maybe get 3-5 days (or less) before the coil starts tasting burnt or just blegh in general.Both have the same-ish vg/pg ratios (typically 70/30 to 80/20) , and I have tried several different flavors of Freeman juice and all the flavors B-X offers. Both are used in the same Fireluke Mesh tank at around 60-70w depending on what flavor it is.Is there something I need to be doing with different brands? Running hotter or cooler to cater to each brand? Is it something in the ingredients? I’m genuinely curious, this isn’t meant to bash on Freeman or anything like that. I am just curious because I’ve noticed variance with other brands before. Some last just as long as B-X or longer, some have gone bad within literal hours of changing the coil. I’m also looking to start mixing my own juices in the next month or two, so if there is any information on what I need to do to avoid quick coil burnout, I would appreciate it.As a side note, if anyone in the PDX/Vancouver WA area wants my stash of ~500ml of 3mg Freeman juice let me know! It probably will work great for someone who builds/wicks their own coils, but at $4-5 each, replacing coils gets expensive when it’s every few days.Edit: also for reference, I typically go through 50-100ml of juice a week (depending on if I’m drinking on the weekend or not).

Submitted November 13, 2020 at 02:32AM by Reallyknowsitall
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