vape consumers often face various problems with vape oils, thus this article aims to help you fully understand vape oils. Let’s take a look!
Is it true that the longer a vape oil sits, the better it is?
This idea is wrong. While some vaping oils become softer with more time, this is not true for all vaping oils. There are some vaping oils that will lose their original flavor when left for too long. Any vaping oil should be used as soon as possible, as it is already largely awake before it leaves the factory, and there is not much need to wake it up.
Why is there no flavor at all in my mouth?
Everyone doesn’t feel exactly the same way about vaping oils. There are some players who may feel that vape is not strong or not as good as expected. However, there are times when newbies have misconceptions due to equipment setup issues that result in too little smoke. Since they don’t have much direct experience with vape, they may think that vape has no flavor. In fact, if a vape is well-mixed, the overall taste should be rich and sweet, in addition to the different flavors.
What if the vape oil is too sweet or too cloying?
There are some vaping oils that taste sweet or cloying, which indicates that the flavor may not be right for you. You may choose to wake it up for two weeks and then taste it again, or change the flavor. Thus, we do not recommend buying many at once when trying a new vape oil for the first time, as you may not be sure if the flavors are right for you. Veteran players usually buy one or two small-capacity cartridges first, decide which flavors they want to smoke, and then move on to more cartridges or large-capacity cartridges.
To determine how good and suitable the smoking oil is for you, you first need to consider the flavors. Different types of smoking oil brands and flavors have their own unique characteristics, so you need to try more different flavors to find the one you like. In addition, you also need to pay attention to the composition, quality, shelf life, and other aspects of the smoking oil. It is best to choose the smoking oil produced by regular manufacturers and to avoid the appearance of buying expired smoking oil.
Some oils may damage the atomizer compartment, mainly because of the high VG content, which is a viscous liquid that can dissolve some materials. If the oil used contains high VG content, especially in the acrylic material atomizer, it may cause damage to the atomizer. Therefore, special attention needs to be paid to the composition of the vape oil and the matching of the equipment material used.