We are all trying to lower costs and achieve a more consistent mix with our vapor liquids.
Do It Yourself (DIY) can be tremendous rewarding:
- Dramatically lower costs ... a 30 ml bottle that you make yourself (with nicotine) costs about $3 to make
- You pick the ingredients and control the quality
- You determine the sanitation to mix for your own use
- You vape your own creation
There are a considerable number of resources available, including our own DIY Calculator & Recipes. We also have several tutorials on one-part and two-part strategies to mix your own.
DIY Calculator & Recipes
Launched in January 2015, this new DIY Calculator & Recipes page has several functions. There are more than 100 recipes ... tested and excellent. The Calculator portion can calculate for a regular (one-part) mix, or two-part system. The two-part separates the flavors into their own container which lets you mix larger batches of "base" to achieve better consistency and cost-savings.
Tutorial - DIY Mixing
Mixing your own eLiquid can be a rewarding experience. Not only that, but mixing your own vaping juice will mean that what you vape meets your own standards of quality, accuracy, and cleanliness.
Tutorial - DIY Mixing Two-Part
If you are mixing your own eLiquids on a consistent basis, you might want to consider a two-part system. This can save you quite a bit of time with a portion of your eLiquid pre-mixed, Add the last portion (mainly the flavoring) when ready to use ...
Trying to figure out how many cigarettes per ml? We've researched and derived some of the more important "equivalences" for you on this page.
Tips & Terminology
The language of vaping can be confusing at times, particularly when you are starting out with Do-It-Yourself vapor liquids. Here we take a look at some of the common terms, plus some tips that can make a huge difference in achieving a satisfying vape with your own recipes.