Hey, how’s it going guys, this is Vapepenzone – Juul Pods Australia Online Vape Store again,
today we’re going to be talking about the shelf life of e-juice and your Juul pod liquid.
Alright, as it goes with most consumables on the market, there’s usually an expiration or best-before date.
So that begs the question: Whether or not your Juul pods have an expiration date?
The short and simple answer is, yes.
But there are some factors to it, the most important ingredients in a liquid being PG/VG and Salt998, all have a shelf life of about two years if stored in the right environment. Now I say the right environment because there are some factors that can shorten the shelf life of e-juice and have all the ingredients break down.
One of the main things that can shorten the shelf life of your Juul pods is direct sunlight and extreme heat. Especially in this hot summer, keeping the bottles that you juice in a dark room temperature environment is the best way to keep your bottles fresh. If you’ve ever left your bottle of e-juice in a hot car, you definitely notice that it’s much darker than when you’ve bought it. This is because VG and PG can break down when left in the heat for long periods of time, and it loses its ability to recombine even when the temperature drops back to normal.
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A few ways to tell if your juice is expired, first of all, seeing if it’s separated. Now usually a juice will separate when left alone for a long period of time. But usually, a quick shake would fix that but expired e-juice won’t mix the same way as non-expired e-juice will if you’re trying to shake your bottles and still notice some separation it might be time to toss that bottle
Another way to check for expired liquid is to simply smell it. As with most consumables, if it goes bad, you can usually smell it. Not all flavors will change smells drastically, but if you notice an odd scent or look to your bottle of e-juice, that might mean it is expired.
Lastly is the peppery taste. This is a clear sign that the Salt998 in your Juul pod has gone bad. Salt998 is a juice usually has little to no taste when vaping to fresh. Now usually the only thing noting Salt998 in and e-juice is the throat hit. If you are experiencing an extremely harsh and peppery taste in your e-juice that’s a telltale sign that your Salt998 is expired.
Vaping expired e-juice and pods poses no apparent but it’s definitely not the best vaping experience. If you find that you have multiple bottles of e-juice waiting to be vaped, I’d recommend leaving them in a drawer away from direct sunlight until you are ready to vape them.
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