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Discussion in 'Recipe Discussion' started by fil, Apr 4, 2020.

  1. fil

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    Hi


    i have pre tpd nicotine base (7.2%) how does that relate to the recipes published in the above link? They seem to refer to 20mg nicotine, is my nic 72mg? 72/1000 x 100 = 7.2%??


    my old bookmark to a calculator is broke..
     
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  3. ObiWanVaponi

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    Hi. I can't see the link you mention (might be my adblock) but in most calcs you just put 72 in the nic box, and check that it is set to mg.
     
  4. Richard Winter

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    Yes 72mg is 7.2%
     
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  6. fil

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  7. Richard Winter

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    Nic stored in a freezer should be good for quite a few years.
    Most recipes now will state post tpd nic cause that's all you can get now unless your lucky enough to have a stash of the other stuff lol
     
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    ahh with you.
    Ok well you can just transpose those recipes into a eliquid calculator and replace the nic with the 72mg you are using. It will only change the percentage of Vg and/or PG in the final mix
     
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  9. fil

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    what about flavour concentrates that have sat in a drawer for 5 years tho?
    rhetorical,, i will literally suck n see ;)
     
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  10. Richard Winter

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    Difficult one that. I've used some that I've had laying around for a few years with no problem.
    They do have a shelf life BUT if they look and smell ok you could give them a try first off in a small mix. If no good, treat yourself to a few new ones lol
     
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  11. ObiWanVaponi

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    you could drip a bit on to the back of your hand and lick it. They are only glorified food flavourings after all.
     
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  12. fil

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    most of my old flavours are failed experiments in that "Yuk i dunna wanna vape that thank u.". so no great loss if expired..
    I just want to mix up a small batch of 5-6% 70/30 vg/pg no flavour juice atm in response to a suggestion in my "Hi I'm here" post
    ..
     
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