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We develop and produce 4 different types for vape juice - Freebase Nicotine E-Liquids (our original 69p range), Nicotine Salt Vape Juice (also 69p), Shortfill zero nicotine eliquid & our Vape Bar Nic Salt range which replicates disposable vapes.
When we created Vape69 we want to make vaping as accessible to as many adult smokers as possible. With everything, cost can be a barrier for people. So, we set out to create the best quality vape juice at the best price. We don't compromise on anything.
Yes, Vape Juice does expire, and all bottles will normally have a "Produced on Date" stamped on, and it's advised to use it within two years of this date.
Making your own "homebrew" vape juice is quite complicated, and it's regularly asked if it's actually worth making your own juice due to the costs and process involved. Check out our feature blog on this topic!
You can indeed take e-liquid on a plane, but it is essential you follow the guidelines of whatever Airline you're flying on. You can read our feature blog on this for further advice on it!
It can be tricky opening E-Liquid bottles, especially shortfills that you want to add Nic Shots too. Our 100ml Shortfill bottles feature a hinged cap that you just push up to add the Nic Shots to.
Most Vape Juices will have a shelf life of 2 years from the "Produced on Date" so it's worth keeping an eye if you've had your vape juice a while. And also, look after your vape juice by storing it correctly to avoid it spoiling!
Adding Nicotine to a shortfill bottle is really simple and straight forward. All you need to do it pop open the cap, and pour in one Nicotine Shot for 3mg strength, or 2 Nic Shots for 6mg nicotine strength. Then pop the lid back down, give it a good shake and you're good to go!
They cannot "harm" you as to say, but vaping expired E-Liquids probably won't be a pleasureable vaping experience. When E-Liquid has gone past it's expiry date, the Nicotine in the e-liquid will become more harsh and it won't be nice to vape
50/50 relates to the mixture and amounts of Vegetable Glycerine and Propylene Glycol within the E-Liquid. 50/50 will contain 50% VG and 50% PG and this ratio is most associated with Freebase Nicotine vape juice as well as Nic Salts
VG stands for Vegetable Glycerine. This is one of the key ingredients needed to make any kind of Vape Juice. It is a thick gloopy substance that acts as a binding agent and helps enhance the flavour from the concentrates used.
No, Sugar is not present in Vape Juice. The sweet flavours and tastes that come in vape juice are obtained from the flavourings and concentrates used, which are not sugars. With TPD regulations coming in, previously used Sweeteners used in Vape Juice are now prohibited from being used.
Commonly, most vape juices do not contain gluten. Vegetable Glycerine and Propylne Glycol are gluten free and these are the two main ingredients in vape juice. There may be some brands of e-liquids that may contain a very small trace of gluten, but this will only be a very small trace.
Getting E-Liquid out of clothes can be a pain, but it's not an impossible task. It's recommended to pre-treat the stain when the clothing is dry, by putting something like a stain remover on it with warm water and rub it in, before putting it in the washing machine.