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Keep Your Vapes Close and Your Ratios Closer

Keep Your Vapes Close and Your Ratios Closer

 

Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerin, known as PG and VG, are two of the main ingredients found in e-liquids. Depending on preferences, vapers tend to use different mixtures of each ingredient; some like only one, and some like a mix of both. Each has its own set of characteristics, which will be expressed to a greater or lesser degree depending on the concentration of PG or VG. Therefore, it is important to understand the effects of both before deciding on a ratio to use when purchasing new vape juice from The Dollar E-Juice Club.

VG is a thicker solvent than PG is, meaning that it will cause vape clouds to be more robust when exhaled. Thicker e-juice tends to leak less from the tank. However, it is also known to clog up the atomizer more frequently, which will require a higher level of maintenance. Vapers also claim that VG has a sweet flavor associated with it. Finally, the throat-feel of a VG can vary. 

PG, on the other hand, is almost the complete mirror reflection of VG. PG is much thinner than VG, and therefore creates a smaller exhalation cloud; this is great for people who are vaping in public spaces and do not want to create a large plume of vapor. The other prominent difference is that the throat-feel of PG is harsher. Most people use vaping to quit smoking, and the harsh feeling of a PG hit mimics that of a cigarette; therefore, some vapers view the feeling as a very important aspect of the vape juices that they choose. Those who don’t have a smoking background will tend to prefer the softer throat hit of a VG e-liquid. 

There are e-liquids available that use either completely VG or PG; these juices have strong effects of one without any of the effects of the other. A MAX VG juice will be extremely smooth and sweet with a large vapor cloud, while a MAX PG (which nowadays is very rare) will have a very small vape cloud and give a strong throat hit, without the sweet flavor. Typically, these are reserved for people who have very strong preferences for one and dislike for the other. Most vapers, however, tend to pick around the balanced ratio to get aspects they like from both PG and VG. 

A new vaper will usually start with a ratio near 50/50; this gives noticeable aspects of both without any of the effects being too overwhelming. As they gain more experience, they will start to notice what they like and what they dislike. Once they have established the direction they wish to take their vape experiences in, they can choose ratios that are more in line with what they are looking for. a 70/30 ratio, for example, will have stronger aspects of what they like, and less of what they find unpleasant. 

Above all, the most important thing is to understand what the ratios mean. If a vaper purchases an e-liquid and they identify something they either like or dislike, they can adjust the ratio to either enhance or minimize its effect. Different ratios offer unique experiences, and knowing what each brings to the table will give vapers their best match possible.

 

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