Vape juice FAQ
What happens if you accidentally swallow vape juice?
Swallowing a bit of nicotine-free vape juice is not going to cause any adverse side-effects. If your vape juice has nicotine in it, that's different… though not automatically a concern. The dose makes the poison. If you somehow manage to swallow a lot of juice, no matter the strength, call poison control.
Does vape juice stain fabrics?
In most cases, no. Most stains from e-liquid will go away after a wash. You can also apply some dish-washing liquid on the stain and rub it with a fine cloth to be extra safe. That said, some e-liquid may contain artificial coloring which could stain your clothes. These will usually have brighter colors and are easy to recognize.
How to clean up e-juice spill?
If it's just a little bit, wiping it with some kitchen paper will suffice. If you spill a whole bottle, and especially if you have kids or pets around (especially cats), go the extra mile and use some of your surface cleaner. Nicotine does penetrate the skin, so wear gloves while cleaning up.
How should vape juice be stored?
Preferably firmly closed in a cool and dry cupboard, away from direct sunlight. If your bottles are dark tinted, this should mitigate any issues.
Is vape juice oil?
Νο, e-liquid is NOT oil. Some vape juice may contain trace amounts of natural oils that come from fruit, tobacco or other extracts, but these are rarities and are not in a large enough quantity to change the miscibility of vape juice in water. Although vape juice may appear to be oil like, it's not an oil. The oils proper for vaping have to do with cannabis and not vape juice.