How to Mix E-Liquid - Video Guide

Posted by Make My Vape 31/07/2015 10 Comment(s) Guides & How-to's,Videos,
Here is a great guide on how to mix e-liquid by Elliott from the Make My Vape labs. Mixing is a much simpler process than many people believe, and hopefully this video will get you one step closer to becoming a great mixologist!If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and subscribe to us on YouTube to find more helpful guides and tutorials related to DIY e-liquid mixing.Know any friends who want to get into making their own juice? Share this post with the social media buttons below!

10 Comment(s)

Ryan green:
22/02/2016, 10:33:10 AM

Can anyone tell me what ratio will my juice end up if I'm using 70%vg 30%pg pre mixed vg pg when I add nic and flavours all pg based?

Make My Vape:
23/02/2016, 10:35:30 AM

Ryan,What nicotine strength is your final liquid? What strength nicotine liquid are you putting in? And what percentage of flavour concentrate are you adding? If you could let me know, I will be able to tell you the ratio your final liquid will be. Thanks, James.

Ray Brown:
12/02/2017, 10:46:11 AM

If I have a 50/50 pg an vg pre mixed how do I work out how much to put in because ur calculator says u have to put so much pg in then so much vg in

Make My Vape:
14/02/2017, 11:33:58 AM

Hi!On E-liquid calculator just adjust your ratio slider on top, to 50/50. Remember that, by adding PG based flavour concentrates you will increased the amount of PG in your e-liquid.

03/10/2017, 08:23:26 PM

I use 50/50 premix so I put the slider to 50/50 and if it says 16mg pg and 26mg vg I add 42mg of my pre mix. Of course the pg/vg depends on how many flavours you use etc. I don't use nicotine so I don't know about that, but that's how I do it.

stephen jones:
18/02/2017, 02:20:44 PM

Hi. I have just purchased a starter kit.. can you tell me if I will get syringes and bottles with my order pleas?

Make My Vape:
06/03/2017, 05:17:58 PM

Yes. Each starter kit comes with accessories you need to start making your own e-juice. You will get syringes, pipettes, gloves, bottles and stickers.

philip mitchell:
17/03/2017, 12:13:23 PM

Having trouble-drawing vg up your syringe, this is what I did. First take the needle only, cut the pink plastic collar of the end of the needle, being careful not to cut into the needle, you should now be left with a little pink collar with hole through it. Super glue it into the end of the protective sheath the needle came with, snip the bottom of the sheath and push it onto the syringe. Warning, you get approximately 2mil extra liquid for every 15ml you draw with the needle being thicker.

Dean caiels:
21/05/2017, 07:25:06 PM

Hi im looking to mix my own menthol juice to save money. I have bought a 70/30 premixed 500ml bottle on here and some flavouring no nicotine. How do i mix this to a good flavour thanks and how much would a 500ml pgvg bottle do with 4 flavours thanks

Nick Ward:
06/06/2017, 06:03:02 PM

Hi all I'm mixing 70 30 but the pg and vg is all ready mixed and all I got to do is add my flaver I'm using 2 flavers and if the the 70 30 is already mixed for you how do I work it out? It's a 500ml bottle 70 30 mix ? Please get back to me thank you.

21/11/2017, 11:31:08 AM

Hi Nick - We would suggest you try the calculator to work out the exact ratio, follow the link below:

12/06/2017, 12:27:47 PM, n/a

I got my kit today and am excited to get going. I want to start by making a 30ml, 80/20 e liquid with two flavors. can you recommend what percentage to make the flavors in your calculator? Thanks

21/11/2017, 11:29:33 AM

Hi Glen - the best way to learn will be to use one of our recipes, which gives you the percentage per flavour, and work out your best fit flavour ratio.

Anthony Martin:
17/06/2017, 10:49:11 AM

Bought a kit with 30/70 mix but I've got no instructions on how much flavour to add.

21/11/2017, 11:26:43 AM

Hi AnthonyYou can use the e liquid calculator using the link below:

Trevor Wood:
10/08/2017, 04:58:37 PM

Hi guys, what does the letters mean after the different flavour concentrates I.e f p or p d

Paul Mallam:
21/11/2017, 11:43:55 AM

Hi Trevor - The letters behind some of the flavour concentrates are the brand names. P&B is Pope and Brewers, TFCC is The Flavour Concentrate Company, TFA is The Flavour Apprentice and CP is Capella. Hope that clears things up.

john doe:
13/10/2017, 12:41:12 PM

is there any recipes for iron bru vape

21/11/2017, 11:40:44 AM

Hi - At the moment we do not have any recipes for the Irn Bru flavour concentrates, however, I will see what mixology magic we can come up with.

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