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antonio

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Hello, i just made my diy banana flavor ejuice, taste great with nice clouds but it's super cloudy. Any recommendations anyone?
 

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You mean the juice itself is cloudy, or you're blowing big clouds vaping it?

If the juice is cloudy, it's probably one of your flavorings. What'd you use?
 

Larry J

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I have found that my TFA Cinnamon Red Hot is always cloudy when I mix it, but clears up once the juice in the tank warms up. I vape a lot of it and have never had a problem because of it.
 

antonio

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You mean the juice itself is cloudy, or you're blowing big clouds vaping it?

If the juice is cloudy, it's probably one of your flavorings. What'd you use?
Its the juice itself that is cloudy, i mixed 100% vg and banana flavoring.
 

antonio

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[QUOTry J, post: 310512, member: 15512"]I have found that my TFA Cinnamon Red Hot is always cloudy when I mix it, but clears up once the juice in the tank warms up. I vape a lot of it and have never had a problem because of it.[/QUOTE]
So i shouldn't be too worried?
 

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Glass or plastic bottles/syringes?
Many bananas are known to react with plastics, I've even heard of some peoples syringes and syringe stoppers "melting" when coming in contact with plastic, especially ripe banana by TFA. Pictures would help greatly...
 

antonio

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[QUOTE="DarthVaper419, post: 310986, member: 1myass or plastic bottles/syringes?
Many bananas are known to react with plastics, I've even heard of some peoples syringes and syringe stoppers "melting" when coming in contact with plastic, especially ripe banana by TFA. Pictures would help greatly...[/QUOTE]
Bottles and syringes are plastic, that cld be my problem.
 

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[QUOTE="DarthVaper419, post: 310986, member: 1myass or plastic bottles/syringes?
Many bananas are known to react with plastics, I've even heard of some peoples syringes and syringe stoppers "melting" when coming in contact with plastic, especially ripe banana by TFA. Pictures would help greatly...
Bottles and syringes are plastic, that cld be my problem.[/QUOTE]
If the final product is cloudier than the beginning ingredients I would guess that it's some sort of reaction. I'm no expert though
 

Laughmore

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If I'm mixing 80+% VG and shaking vigorously while warm/hot, cloudiness and/or foam is normal for me. Warm it up and let it cool completely without any shaking, and see if this helps. If so, the cloudiness is only microbubbles, suspended with VG's crazy surface tension.
 

Heabob

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Best to use glass syringes for mixing, or make a small batch just using the drops directly from the bottles.

Then you can compare the two, process of elimination...
 

antonio

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Thanks for all the help and tips guys, i appreciate it!
 

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