FLV Bottle Caps!

Issues on the FLV bottle caps. I have heard already even tho I am not in “all groups” or sites, there have been a few complaints on the caps, bottles and tips. I too have had a few problems, but resolved them rather well. There is a secret to opening them, without the cap falling apart, the bottle ripping open, and even with this tip, the nipple tip might still get stuck inside. You won’t lose a single drop, if you do this careful, I swear!

When you are attempting to open it, don’t force it, if it wont snap the security tab off with a light, and I mean light twist, Try my method. If you look carefully here, your cap is connected to your security tab. (this is not a childproof bottle, but it is there to show you your product has not been tampered with, after filling and capping it) There are tiny connectors in between, around 5-7 of them total.

Here is how to uncap your bottle, without cap damage, Fan Girl style..


Now, while this is not be “the right way/sterile” you can sterilize a knife or a pair of scissors to break the seal for you. This is the easiest way, and the quickest I have found, where you will not spill one drop, nor damage the bottles and caps! Remember to be safe, watch what you are doing, and if anything spills, it is not my fault. Practice makes perfect. We are all human and you know I care about the flavors and keeping it all happy! 🙂

I hope this helps a bit.. leave a comment one way the other. One last thing to say, I have found no bottle as safe, great for storage or as efficient as these, if you take care of them! Not saying anyone is at fault, things do happen. <3

More flavor reviews sometime this week, as I do have a bunch more coming! Stay cool!

Help with Recipes, using math!

I have had a few people asking me, Smoky, just how do I put in my recipe to calculators like “ELR” so.. mini tutorial for you all.

First, I picked out a recipe from here, using my drops and grams, Butterscotch Pudding.

Here is the recipe for it, as I posted it on the butterscotch page:


Butterscotch Pudding 30ml

9 drops .18 grams Butterscotch
6 drops .12 grams Marshmallow
6 drops .12 grams Vanilla Pudding
3 drops .06 grams White Chocolate

Ok, so this is the heart of the recipe, where all the numbers are! Now what?

Head over to ELR and create a new recipe, like this:

I added in all of my info. I don’t use nic, not often. and my base is all vg. So check that done. Enter your flavors, and recheck the recipe for butterscotch.



Using the numbers from the first flavor:
9 drops 9 drops .18 grams Butterscotch

I also added in, my drops are 50, to create 1ml. (You might want to measure yours out to see how many you get) No, all drops are not the same, however, I use the FLV bottles for my dropper tips and always come out on the right side of things.

EDIT: Thanks to my bestie vaper BonBon, she noticed and posted on the fb page:  It’s not showing up right on there. What you have to do is divide your drops by 3 so u can figure out how many drops per 10ml. Then take the drop amount and times it buy 0.2….0.2% equals 1 drop. So 9 drops dived by 3 equals 3. Then multiple that by 0.2 and you get 0.6…0.6% is what your percentage is for 9 drops in a 30ml.

So whatever your weight is, divide it by “3” to get your percentage.

It’s still a bit rough, but it should help you out a bit better to share the recipes you create to anyone needed.