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How To Make Vape Juice Last Longer

How To Make Vape Juice Last Longer?

Are you tired of rummaging through your home looking for spare bottles of vape juice that may or may not have leftover drops of vape juice? Are you constantly making trips to your local vape shop because you can’t seem to keep a bottle full for longer than a week? If this sounds like you, this is the blog you need to read.

In this blog, we give you seven useful tips to make your e liquid last longer. From storage tips all the way to small changes you can make on your device, with these seven helpful tips, you should save more of that precious nectar that makes vaping so wonderful. 

Table of Contents:

  1. Storage Matters
  2. Switch to Nicotine Salts
  3. Switch to a Higher Nicotine Strength
  4. Stop Using High Power Devices  
  5. Use The Lowest Wattage Possible
  6. Use Coils With A High Resistance
  7. Buy A Daytime Device
  8. Conclusion

Storage Matters

Believe it or not, our first trip to make your vape juice last longer is to store it correctly. Light, air, and heat can quickly degrade a vape juice and make it impossible to vape since the nicotine, and the flavor will become bitter or non-existent. So if you want your vape juice to last longer, the first step is to learn how to store it correctly. 

Ideally, you want to make sure that the three enemies of flavor are dealt with when you choose a storage spot. A cupboard could work since it is dark, airless, and relatively neutral in temperature. However, the best spot for storing vape juices is in the freezer, where it is cool, dark, and airless. Making sure you maintain your vape juice in these spots will ensure that they last longer than expected and, if you are buying in bulk, that they do not go bad and flavorless. 

Switch to Nicotine Salts

If you’re trying to prolong your vape juice, we recommend that you switch to nicotine salts. Nicotine salts will have a smoother hit and will provide you with more nicotine in less amount of e-liquid. In theory, the nicotine hit should be faster, meaning you will vape less since you will be satisfied quicker, saving more vape juice. However, be aware that with nicotine salts, since they are smoother, you will lose the harshness of the throat hit, which many people seem to enjoy. However, there is another alternative you can try.

Switch to a Higher Nicotine Strength

If you don’t want to switch to nicotine salts, you can always switch to a higher nicotine strength vape juice of traditional vape juice. In essence, it would have the same effect as the nicotine salts, but you would still have the harshness of the throat hit. Again, however, there are some caveats. For example, as you increase the nicotine, the harshness of the throat hit will increase as well. 

Stop Using High Power Devices  

This probably should have been first on the list, but one thing you can do to make your vape juice last longer is to stop using high-powered devices. If you own a box mod with variable wattage, you know that they can burn through vape juice rather quickly, especially if you set the wattage to the highest setting that the coil allows. 

So in order to preserve vape juice, what you can do is switch to a vape pen or pod system. Although these devices don’t create huge clouds of vapor, they use less juice and keep your pockets happy and your vape juice bottles filled in the long run. However, if you still want to use your box mod and sub-ohm devices, there is something else you can do.

Use The Lowest Wattage Possible

If you really can’t live without your box mod, we suggest you check on the wattage range of your coils and use them at their lowest setting. This will ensure that every drop matters and that your vape juice will last longer than expected; however, we do think that switching to a pod system or vape pen will have a greater impact on your vape juice’s longevity. But if you still want to continue using your box mod, there is another thing you can do. 

Use Coils With A High Resistance

The thing that will most likely have a better effect on how long your vape juice lasts is switching to or using high resistance coils if you insist on using a box mod. Although this might defeat the purpose of using a mod (after all, you use them to create bigger clouds achieved with low resistance coils), this will ensure you don’t use up all your vape juice in one sitting and will prolong the lifespan of your vape juice. 

Buy A Daytime Device

Another thing you can do is buy a daytime device. If you still want to keep your box mod but want to lessen how much vape juice you use, we suggest you get a daytime device that considers all the things we spoke about in this blog. For example, your daytime device could be a box mod with high resistance coils that you only use with the lowest wattage possible and that uses nicotine salts. 

Or the cheaper option would be to buy an open pod system that you can refill and that also uses a vape juice that is compatible with your more powerful “evening” device. 

By using a daytime device, you will use less vape juice throughout the day since it will be the only device you’ll have available to you, and once you get home in the evening, you can enjoy your more powerful device that creates vast clouds. 

Conclusion 

With these seven tips, you should make your vape juice last longer than usual and delay your trips to the vape shop, making your wallet happy. Remember that the best way to extend how long your vape juice lasts is by combining all these tips so that you can get the best results possible.

 

EjuiceDB articles and blogs are meant to entertain and educate. However, we are not medical professionals and do not intend to give medical advice through them. Furthermore, Vaping products and nicotine use are only meant for persons over the age of 21.

Children, breastfeeding and pregnant women, persons with risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or that take medications especially for depression or asthma should not use nicotine or vaping products. Always consult a licensed physician prior to use.

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Andres Roman

Andres Roman is a content writer with 3+ years of experience, a former 3 pack a week smoker who used vaping to kick the habit, he now wants to educate the world about vaping. You can find him on Linkedin and Twitter.