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Hello to all my name is Papoes .I started vaping with ups and down's a year a go . Now I love to go DIY and make my own coils ,e liquid as ready make coils and liquid consume all of my budget ☹️ . For the moment I have a eleaf Ijust 2 mod and my goblin mini v2 that is a awesome litlle rta my second mod is a evic mini that I upgraded to 75 watt . Recived recently as a xmass present the avocado 25 waiting to be used . Recently made my first coils with coilmaster after some hesitation but fixt a single coil in my goblin and it's fab next a dual coil and try to make a single coil for the advocado 😀 . I just starded some weeks ago to watch how to make and prepare myself for brewing my first liquids .RIP Trippers ! Tutorial was extrimly interresting . Bought and recived a 100ml DIY base 70 pg 30 vg 6 mg nic ready made and some flavours , Strawberry , pineapple ,raspberry,forrest fruit , mint , vanilla bean ice cream , and Red Astaire , . To find easy recipes to made with the wright percentage aroma to use with my high pg (70 pg ) is imposible as I have to use les percentage of aroma . I' am really hoping to get started . My all favorit e liquid is from Viper Labs 2.0 FUBUKI A strawberry delight !! And QUEEN'S lab Sour Palace pineapple strawberry . Is it be possible for me to start with mother milk or mustard milk with my base high pg ? Thanks for reading hoping some one can guide me . ✨😀 Greetings from Crete .
I've moved your post onto a new thread for you, so your introduction doesn't get lost . . . . our qsplan is from your part of the world.
Just because your base is a high PG content it doesn't necessarily mean you have to use less of your flavouring ( aroma ) your best option is to make a couple of small samples at different aroma ratios, then decide from those which suit your tastes the best.
Red Astaire, I think you'd probably be quite happy with at 15% . . . .