It is not a surprise that people have many e-liquid bottles and don’t know what to do with them, especially with e-cigarettes gaining so much popularity. You may be one of those people who have piled up e-juice bottles since you started using e-cigarettes and can’t bring yourself to get rid of them. E-liquid containers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, making them usable in various creative ways. Reusing gives you a clever way of reducing the clutter in your home in addition to keeping the environment clean.
One option you can go with for reusing e-liquid bottle is for DIY juices. Some people try to come up with home-made e-juice flavors that can readily go into empty bottles. When you seek to replicate a favorite flavor for your personal use, the empty e-liquid bottles lying around will do a great job as they just need proper cleaning and rinsing. Also, you may be making DIY juices for friends or work colleagues, meaning you will need a good number of bottles to store them.
Carrying around a 120 ml e-juice bottle can be quite a hassle, especially if you have to do it daily. However, that problem is easily solved when you have used bottles of smaller quantities; say 30ml or 15ml. It would be less taxing to bring your e-liquid with you this way. Another advantage of reusing smaller bottles to store e-juices is to reduce losses in cases of spillages. Imagine if you accidentally knocked over a 120ml bottle over, that would be a huge loss compared to spilling a 10ml bottle of e-liquid.
One thing about e-liquid bottles is that they have some of the most creative and artsy labels you will ever see. In fact, some people just keep their old ones because they are too pretty to throw out. Well, one creative way to make use of them is to use them for decor. Think how beer bottles are glued together on top of cabinets or shelves for decoration and do the same with e-juice bottles. You can get them in a mix of styles and colors to come up an incredibly unique decor pieces.
Switch out Leaking Bottles
Some e-liquid bottles leak a lot, and some don’t drip as well as you would expect them to. In such instances, you can repurpose old bottles for a more comfortable vaping experience. Getting rid of the original smell can be hard but baking soda, vinegar, and dishwashing detergent can do the trick.
If you are looking to make money off empty e-juice bottles, you can find individuals who sell home brews and supply them with yours. Vaping forums on the web are valuable resources when looking for people to offload empty bottles to. Some online stores also sell empty e-liquid bottles, so find out if they can buy from you.