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How to adjust PG/VG ratio
One of the more common questions that comes up when talking about short fills is how to reach a given PG/VG ratio. The short fill bottle has a VG/PG ratio, and you might have your nicotine in PG, VG, or some combination of the two. Let’s work through a few examples to see how you can easily get your desired final ratio.
Example 1: All-PG or all-VG nicotine
We’ll start with the simplest case first. Let’s say you have a 60ml short fill bottle with 45ml of 70/30 VG/PG liquid in it to start. Your nicotine is 100% PG.
In this scenario, you cannot end up with a 70/30 finished product unless you pre-mix your nicotine to also be 70/30 or remove some of the flavor base from the short fill bottle.
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NOTE: Click the "Raw" button in the upper right corner of this pane to get a template you can copy into Reddit. Thanks to /r/DIY_ejuice and /u/ConcreteRiver for commentary and the original format respectively!
Hardware: Describe your build (coil diameter, material, wicking, and resistance), atomizer (model), and device (model and settings) information.
Mixing: Describe everything required to reproduce the liquid you used to test. VG/PG ratio and percentage(s) at a minimum, ideally with notes about handling and/or steeping.
Flavor profile: Describe the quantitative and qualitative aspects of the concentrate. Pay particular attention to the experience that the flavor(s) impart.
Throat hit: Describe quantitatively (a ten point scale is common) and qualitatively (what your throat feels like during and after a hit).