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In this week's blog I want to quickly discuss Eliquid mixes & types and which one you should use depending on what you want out of your kit & which style of kit you use!

Generally speaking there are 3 types of eliquid (can be mixed at different VG & PG mixes) that you can use in your vaping kit, a no nicotine e-liquid, Freebase nicotine e-liquid & a Nicotine salt e-liquid.

All three of these types of Eliquid can be found at different ranges of VG & PG mixes, the most common ones are:

• 40% VG 60% PG
• 50% VG 50% PG
• 70% VG 30% PG
• 80% VG 20% PG

The first two mixes are best suited for MTL pen kits or POD kits where a thinner liquid is required for your device to function properly.

The last two mixes on that list are a thicker liquid that's designed to be used in your "bigger" sub-ohm kits or sub-ohm POD kits. These use lower resistance coils & more wattage (power) to use, this requiring a thicker liquid.

Now after choosing your mix ratio the second question is whether you want nicotine in your e-liquid? And if you want it to be freebase nicotine or Nicotine salt?

The main difference between Freebase nicotine and Nicotine salt is that Freebase Nicotine provides that "throat hit" that many vapers are looking for while Nicotine salts provide a smoother vaping experience with no "throat hit" at all.

Depending on what you want & what your kit needs you can customise your vaping style to your liking!

For example as a personal style I enjoy getting the most flavourful & smooth experience for my vapes! So I have chosen to use a Sub-ohm kit that uses a 70% VG 30% PG e-liquid mix and I added a nicotine salt shot to my eliquid to make sure I don't get that "throat hit".

Hopefully this quick blog has helped you with your vaping journey, but as always if you have any questions don't hesitate to pop in-store & ask us or you can message us on social media.



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