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Crock pot steeping

Shawn.freeman50
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  • Dec 5, 2014
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  • Lefty
    • Dec 5, 2014
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  • vaperature
    • Dec 5, 2014
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  • AmandaD
    • Dec 5, 2014
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  • tick22
    • Dec 5, 2014
  • #6
  • Got to dig out the old crook pot.

    You all just do it on warm and for how long.

    AmandaD
    • Dec 5, 2014
  • #7
  • Got to dig out the old crook pot.

    You all just do it on warm and for how long.

    wllmc
    • Dec 6, 2014
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  • tick22
    • Dec 6, 2014
  • #9
  • confused yet ?

    Always anymore. come on old brain, Need to reboot brain for new load of information.

    • Dec 6, 2014
  • #10
  • Hmm, I have one of those old potpourri crock pots I’d gotten from a thrift store.

    (an Ebay pic, but same as mine)

    It only gets to warm-ish anyways and measures 4 1/2″ tall and 5 1/2″ across.. It might be fun for my 60ml glass bottles.

    wllmc
    • Dec 6, 2014
  • #11
  • Hmm, I have one of those old potpourri crock pots I’d gotten from a thrift store.

    (an Ebay pic, but same as mine)

    It only gets to warm-ish anyways and measures 4 1/2″ tall and 5 1/2″ across.. It might be fun for my 60ml glass bottles.

    • Dec 6, 2014
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  • chaosclouds
    • Jan 30, 2015
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  • AmandaD
    • Jan 30, 2015
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  • CloudyToday
    • Feb 4, 2015
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  • Hedlyna
    • Jun 18, 2015
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  • I’ve seen people say to remove the tops and I’ve seen people say to leave them on. I blew up a glass baby bottle one because I left the top on. Which do you all use. Thanks for any help.

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    AmandaD
    • Jun 18, 2015
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  • I’ve seen people say to remove the tops and I’ve seen people say to leave them on. I blew up a glass baby bottle one because I left the top on. Which do you all use. Thanks for any help.

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    Hedlyna
    • Jun 19, 2015
  • #18
  • Ok thanks again I’m a newb DIYer if you couldn’t tell.

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    alirezaiesanejad
    • Mar 8, 2016
  • #19
  • Hi to everyone i thought i let everyone know what i use to steep witch is cover up to 30ml bottle like 3x30ml easily .
    I use baby milk warmer and i leave the top open cos with air can get to bottle can make steeping process work better any1 with any suggestions will appreciated great vaping everyone

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    wllmc
    • Mar 8, 2016
  • #20
  • Hi to everyone i thought i let everyone know what i use to steep witch is cover up to 30ml bottle like 3x30ml easily .
    I use baby milk warmer and i leave the top open cos with air can get to bottle can make steeping process work better any1 with any suggestions will appreciated great vaping everyone

    I am trying steeping in a mini crock pot on low can it touch the bottom and I am using glass bottles.

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    While steeping an e-juice may not take nearly as long as properly aging a wine, it can still take longer than one wants to spend–anywhere from a couple days to a couple weeks. If you wait to nearly run out of e-juice before you acquire more, you may find that your new shipment arrives just when you are ready to use it. This is where speed steeping can come in handy–you can still get the flavor benefits of steeping but on an accelerated time frame–anywhere from a couple of hours to one day.

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    • The hot rice method. With this method, you put enough dry rice in a microwaveable bowl that it will be able to cover your e-juice bottles once it has been heated. Then, warm up the rice in the microwave until it is hot, take it out and bury your e-juice bottles in the rice. As the rice cools down, you can remove the bottles and repeat the process until your e-juice reaches the desired flavor levels.
    • The hot tap water method. With this method, you place your e-juice bottle inside a waterproof plastic bag and place the bag in a bowl of hot tap water. As the water cools down, you can remove the bag with your e-juice bottle and repeat the process until your e-juice reaches the desired flavor levels.
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    • The space heater method. With this method, you place your e-juice bottle inside a waterproof plastic bag and place the bag in a bowl of hot tap water. Set the bowl between eight and twelve inches away from the heater, and turn the heater on to its lowest setting. Check the e-juice flavor every few hours until it reaches the desired level.
    • The hot car method. With this method, you place your e-juice bottle inside the glovebox of a hot car and check the flavor every few hours until it reaches the desired level.

    It is important to recognize that your speed steeping method will need to take into account the type of e-juice container you have. Obviously, a glass container can withstand any sort of heat well, while a plastic container can melt in certain situations. Also, bear in mind that different flavors and qualities of e-juices often require varying amounts of steeping, so it is important is test your e-juice along the way in order to determine how much steeping works best to achieve your flavor needs.

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